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Worker Safety Series - Concrete Manufacturing
Machines used in woodworking are dangerous, particularly when used improperly or without proper safeguards. Workers operating woodworking equipment suffer the following common injuries: laceration, amputation, severed fingers, and blindness. Wood dust and the chemicals used in finishing are health hazards, and workers in this industry can suffer from skin and respiratory diseases.
A Guide to Scaffold Use in the Construction Industry
What are the highlights of the scaffolding standard? OSHA's scaffolding standard has several key provisions: Fall protection or fall arrest systems—Each employee more than 10 feet above a lower level shall be protected from falls by guardrails or a fall arrest system, except those on single-point and two-point adjustable suspension scaffolds.
Guide for Protecting Workers from Woodworking Hazards
JSHQ Volume 13 No.4 - Summer 2002 - Questions & Answers
JSHQ Volume 14 No.2 - Winter 2003
OSHA Fact Sheet: Internal Combustion Engines as Ignition Sources
OSHA TRAFFIC SAFETY IN MARINE TERMINALS
www.osha.gov Pocket Guide Worker Safety Series Concrete Manufacturing Concrete Manufacturing More than 250,000 people work in concrete manufacturing. Over 10 percent of those workers - 28,000 - exper