What happens to your building customers? The sixth annual national security standard will be held November 6 – 10, 2019. First started by OSHA in 2014, the week invites construction companies of all sizes to participate in "stand-downs" – a certain time to stop the workplace and focus on a security issue or danger as an entire organization. The campaign has adopted fall obstacles as the focus of this week's long event. Read more here and consider reaching out to your building customers about participating.
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