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One worker fell about 65 feet from an improperly elevated scaffold, suffering serious injuries, and a second worker avoided injury at a Denver...

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The earlier June post highlighted the rising number and share of Hispanics in the construction industry.

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As temperatures and the risk of heat illness rise in Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety...

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The construction labor market remains tight, but the total number of open construction sector jobs has likely reached a cyclical peak as economic...

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Many Americans seeking to buy a newly constructed home are now playing the waiting game as supply-chain slowdowns and a lack of labor are adding...

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The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a funding opportunity for $11.7 million in Susan Harwood Training Grants to support the delivery of...

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The same regulations show up every year in OSHA’s list of top ten violations, and most include training requirements.

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Rising hourly wages brought more workers to construction in May, but the industry still posted a record number of job openings to start the...

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An Orlando framing contractor's failure to comply with building code requirements and a roof truss manufacturer's engineering specification caused...

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Visitors descended on the National Mall in droves this past weekend to check out today’s housing innovations and learn more about how they can help...

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The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced plans to engage in a rulemaking related to determining the status of a worker as either an...

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The numbers aren’t good.

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