OSHA's 4 Big Construction Safety Guidelines

Supervising the construction of a tower crane on construction site

Working in construction is more complicated than some people might think. As a manager or owner, there are many considerations, compliance requirements, and other behind-the-scenes business issues that many people never see.

Of course, the most important thing at your construction site is the safety of your employees, clients, contractors, and the public near the site. This is a priority, but it also is an element of compliance with national regulations.

That's why OSHA is an essential part of construction sites. The OSHA safety guidelines for construction help keep everyone on the same page about how to keep a construction site safe. They create a checklist that you can follow to ensure your company is ahead of the game on safety.

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