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Category Archives: Safety & Health

  • All Members: In the event that your project continues to operate, please be advised of the attached updated guidelines about working safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay safe, keep your families
  • People who work outdoors in California’s Central Valley and other locations, especially workers who dig or disturb soil, are at risk for Valley Fever, an illness that can cause disability or eve
  • Here’s a surprising fact: more non-electricians die each year from electrical hazards than workers in the electrical trade. These hazards are controllable and worker deaths are preventable. The SBCT
  • January 25, 2018 – The State Building and Construction Trades Council has just opened registration for the new train- the-trainer classes for Electrical Hazards for Non-Electricians. 
  •  Oct. 25, 2017 – After two delays, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has finally put into full effect new construction standards on silica exposure that
  • Oct. 10, 2017 – Working people across the United States received some good news last month when the Senate Appropriations Committee voted out a bill to keep federal OSHA funding for next ye