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Safety (73)

Wearable Tech at Heart of Collaboration to Improve Worker Safety

An insurance company, a technology company and a construction firm have partnered to explore the benefits of using wearable devices at work sites.

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18-Month Tech Surge Improving Construction Safety, Productivity

An influx of financial investments, start-up technology firms and a commitment to developing new technologies has helped improve construction safety and productivity, according to an analysis from Triax Technologies.

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Texas Crews Use Electrolyte Pops to Fight Triple-digit Heat

Construction crews in Texas have been battling crippling heat. Safety crews have been tasked with ensuring the workers stay hydrated. So reports NBCDFW, an NBC affiliate.

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2nd Annual Safe + Sound Week Set for Mid-August

A consortium of government and trade organizations will host a nationwide campaign aimed at raising awareness of workplace health and safety programs, and the effort will culminate with a weeklong event in mid-August.

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Michigan Firm Faces $154K Fine After Worker Dies

Michigan-based RSE Construction Services, LLC, was fined $154,000 after an employee died and another was injured falling off a barn roof. So reports NBC 25.

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Panel Calls for Clearer Regs, More Guidance from OSHA

A panel of industry experts discussing workplace safety suggested to the House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections that the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) act more consistently, make standards easier to read, improve its website and focus more on assistance than punishment. So reports Safety and Health Magazine.

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Robots at Heart of Job Safety

Technology is taking the factory floor and jobsites to new levels in production efficiency and accuracy. So reports MIC.

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Deaths Hit 14-year High for NY Construction Workers

A new report from the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health indicated construction deaths hit a 14-year state high in 2016. So reports The Associated Press.

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Man Killed After Apparent Accident at MA Construction Site

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) officials were onsite after an unidentified male worker was apparently pinned beneath a beam and killed at a construction site in Annisquam. So reports The Eagle Tribune.

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L.A. Looks to Shore up At-risk Concrete Structures Before Disaster

Los Angeles officials issued orders to the owners of approximately 1,500 at-risk concrete buildings to determine if their buildings will require retrofitting. So reports the Los Angeles Times.

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