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Workers on Construction Site Working at Heights
Site Safety

Safety Tips to Avoid Common Construction Site Hazards

Common construction site hazards along with guidance on specific items that need to be included in the construction company's workplace safety program.

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Construction worker holding rebar while wearing gloves and a tool belt.
Site Safety

Construction Workers Should Recognize Job Site Rebar Hazards

Review the job site safety precautions all crew members should follow when working with or near rebar on any construction site.

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Supervisor preparing for demolition project.
Site Safety

Job Site Safety During Demolition Preparation Work is Important

During demolition planning activities keep safety in mind when considering demo methods, equipment to be used, potential hazards, and PPE selection.

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Sign on a gate that says Beware of the Dog, Enter at Your Own Risk.
Site Safety

Training and Experience are Key to Occupational Dog Bite Safety

For employees that work outdoors or regularly conduct business in residential neighborhoods, training on dog bite prevention techniques is important.

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A danger sign on a fence outside a demolition project that says, "Danger, Demolition Work in Progress."
Site Safety

Demolition Projects and the Hazards for Construction Workers

All personnel on a demolition project need to be fully aware of the potential for unknown hazards and the safety precautions available to control these hazards.

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Coral Snake on Mulch
Site Safety

Reminders About Coral Snake Dangers for Outdoor Workers

For outdoor workers there may be the opportunity to encounter venomous snakes on the job and safety training should include how to watch for snakes.

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Two hard hats on a construction site with lightning seen in the background.
Site Safety

Lightning Hazards and Safety Precautions for Outdoor Workers

Review lightning hazards and safety recommendations for outdoor workers provided by OSHA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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Construction worker at outdoor construction site holding contractor plans and wearing a yellow hardhat.
Site Safety

Risks that Contractors and Workers Face on the Job

A robust safety program helps minimize risk to your workforce and keeping your insurance up to date will help your company weather any future liabilities.

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Poisonous Plants
Site Safety

Poisonous Plants are Irritating for Outdoor Workers

Workers need to recognize the hazards, avoid contact with potentially harmful plants, and know how to protect themselves on the job.

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