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Safety Handbook Primes Builders on New OSHA Regulations

BuilderBooks, the publishing arm of the National Association of Home Builders, has released the fourth edition of its Jobsite Safety Handbook to help builders navigate and comply with the latest OSHA requirements.


The comprehensive guide, which features both English and Spanish translations, describes how those in the residential construction industry can comply with OSHA regulations while focusing on the most common hazards found on job sites. It also covers the key issues residential builders and trade contractors need to focus on to reduce accidents and injuries.


The pocket-size handbook includes a series of general safety tips that are explained in simple terms and are accompanied by illustrated, colorful examples of common best practices that can be incorporated into a company’s safety and health programs.


With clear illustration and color photographs, the 130-page Jobsite Safety Handbook includes new information on topics such as fall protection for roofing work and around openings, personal protective equipment, working in confined spaces, heat and cold stress, hazardous materials and silica, first aid and medical services, and employer duties, including training and protective equipment.

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