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Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 2024 Updates

OSHA is a federal agency under the United States Department of Labor. Its main responsibility is to ensure safe and healthy working conditions for employees across various industries, including construction. 

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Tips for Staying Safe on a Construction Site this Winter

December 4, 2023  |  Construction Safety, Tips and Tools, Winter

Staying safe on a construction site is always a top concern. SiteWORX is committed to teaching all of our workers on site safety and we always adhere to the OSHA guidelines and go above and beyond what is required to ensure our workers are always safe.    

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A Day in the Life of an Underground Utility Worker

There are many different jobs around a construction site. Some workers spend most of their time on the ground, looking at reports and blueprints, or checking tools and cleaning concrete. Other workers spend their time high in the air, working to add necessary components to structures. 

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7 Strategies for Effective Communication in Construction

Success on a construction site starts with teamwork. It takes everyone working together on many small tasks to accomplish great things. That all starts with clear and effective communication. 

Communication makes up everything we do on-site. From moving heavy gear to operating large-scale industrial cranes, communication between our workers ensures safety and cooperation towards a greater goal. 

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Tips for Improving Your Construction Skills Onsite

September 4, 2023  |  Construction Skills, Tips and Tools

In the fast-paced world of construction, continuous learning and skill improvement are crucial for success. As an industry that is constantly evolving, construction demands workers to stay updated with the latest techniques, technologies, and safety standards. While formal education and degree programs provide a solid foundation, onsite experience, and practical know-how are equally essential. 

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Safety Training at SiteWORX

At SiteWORX, we believe that safety should be the priority on every site. Worker health and knowledge is a key component of onsite success and can make the difference between a safe work zone and a dangerous one. 

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