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Research to Practice: Mast Climber Scaffolds

Mast climbing scaffolding (mast climbers) are power-driven work platforms that climb a vertical mast or tower to reach higher and carry greater loads...

Work Safely with Silica - Comprehensive Source & Planning Tool

This is a one-stop source of the latest information on silica and how to prevent exposures. The site includes a tool to develop a job specific silica...

The "Sound" of Hearing Loss

Instructions and a link for accessing NASA’s multi-media files that give listeners a chance to experience what hearing loss sounds like after years...

Working with Epoxy Resin Systems in Construction - Best Practices Guide to Skin Protection

The purpose of this guide is to help contractors protect construction workers from the hazards posed by epoxy resin systems. The guide focuses on prev...

Preventing Falls from Ladders in Construction: A Guide to Training Site Supervisors

Research results and information that site supervisors should be aware of to prevent ladder accidents on construction sites....

Preventing Falls from Ladders in Construction

Presentation that reflect information in the training program -- Preventing Falls from Ladders in Construction: A Guide to Training Site Supervisors...

Hazard Checklist: Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing

A checklist provided by the California State Compensation Insurance Fund to help contractors make sure that their employees are using the proper PPE i...

Hazard Checklist: Portable Hand Tools and Equipment

Checklist to provided by the California State Compensation Insurance Fund to help contractors make sure that all portable hand tools and equipment are...

Hazard Checklist: Portable Power-Operated Tools & Equipment

Checklist provided by the California State Compensation Insurance Fund to help contractors make sure that all portable power tools have appropriate gu...

Hazard Checklist: Record Keeping

Checklist provided by the California State Compensation Insurance Fund to help contractors make sure that they are meeting all of Cal/OSHA’s require...