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The construction industry faces many threats that put its workers at risk and as a result, more construction firms are investing in a culture of safety to protect their employees. Each year, the Associated General Contractors of America awards construction firms that excel in safety performance with Construction Safety Excellence Awards. These winners aren’t selected […]
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If you’re looking for a way to augment your current landscape operation’s safety training, consider enrolling your employees in the 10-Hour OSHA Construction Safety Course for the Landscape Industry. This 10-hour course is designed to cover the safety hazards that landscapers in different regions have to deal with and the typical equipment used, including zero-turn […]
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Electrocution is the sixth leading cause of occupational fatalities in the United States, according to the CDC. In the landscape industry, these deaths be a result of coming into contact with underground or overhead electrical lines. Fatalities also stem from the use of power tools and portable generators or installing and maintaining the electrical components […]
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