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Part of construction is fire safety. Therefore, knowing the products that are best for preventing or stopping fires is important.
TEXO recently hosted its 6th annual Construction Safety Professionals Day, which brought together TEXO members, safety professionals, and key decision-makers for two days of high-...
The mantra of the residential and renovation contractors and subs that “Residential is different from Commercial construction. We can’t afford to do all that stuff...” has been...
Safety on the jobsite doesn’t end with personal tethering; dropped objects are a very real danger at the workplace. At United Tool and Fastener, we want to keep our customers...
United Tool and Fastener (UTF) took part in the Independent Electrical Contractor (IEC) Texas Gulf Coast Chapter Safety Rodeo on Wednesday, April 17, from 10am to 2pm, as a safety...
Every year, new trends appear in the industry from safety training to technological advancements. And many of the trends make construction work easier and more efficient, so it is...
According to Cashmore, 25% of construction fatalities occur from traumatic brain injuries (or TBIs), and most of these injuries on a jobsite occur from safety helmets coming off.
These OSHA-compliant, 400-lumen lights provide advance warning of trip and fall hazards and back facing “tail-lights” make users visible from all sides. The hands-free LED lights...
OSHA, in a move thought too restrictive by some and too loose by others, released new rules for Permissible Exposure Levels for silica in the construction industry on March 25,...