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How Scaffolding Safety Classes Can Help You and Your Crew Stay Safe on the Job Site

workers performing scaffolding risk analysis at construction site

Scaffolding use is common in the construction industry, with almost 75% of construction workers operating on scaffolding for some part of their work. The prevalence of scaffolding results in high injury rates, with approximately 4,500 workers injured in scaffolding-related incidents.

Do You Have the Proper Training for Confined Spaces?

top view of a male worker climbing in or out of a confined space

Confined spaces can be very dangerous working environments. As many managers know and learn in industry training, confined space environments can cause serious injury or death when working in an industrial facility. Fortunately, with a good understanding of the risks, quality and pertinent training, and necessary controls, many of the risks of confined workspaces can be avoided.

Defining a Competent Person by OSHA Standards

Construction woman standing in front of construction crew, OSHA competent person concept

OSHA standards are critical to any company across many industries for applying the right regulations, training, and compliance for your team. Ensuring that you and your team understand definitions and requirements is vital to getting the training you need to meet the standards. Having a properly trained team and operating in a safe, secure environment is key to business success and sustainability. Here, we'll dive into the Competent Person definition outlined by OSHA.

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