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Compliance in the construction industry is made easier when you undertsand 29 CFR 1926. Access information and partciipate in Forums and Blogs in the section; including the 1903 regulations about inspections, citations, and proposed penalties, the 1904 regulations about recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses, pertinent 1910 general industry regulations, and all of the 1926 OSHA construction industry regulations in this section. Specifically for construction industry compliance. Also review the OSHA 300 Log references, Sharps Injury Log info, learn about incident report forms, and selected OSHA letters of interpretation. Find a listing of OSHA locations and phone numbers through the Resource links above. Find everything you need to meet OSHA standards for the construction industry at Safety.com

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ANSI / ISEA and the new ANSI 2015 Z308.1 Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies

Are you ready for the new ANSI First Aid Kit requirements effective June 17?

First Aid Requirements are about to change - you are no longer compliant!

The new ISEA publication of ANSI Z308.1-2015 goes into effect June 17, 2016.

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