Framers Council

The following memorandum was published on Thursday, October 11, clarifying the Department of Labor’s position on workplace safety incentive programs and post-incident drug testing under 29 C.F.R. § 1904.35(b)(1)(iv).  

These are the top ten most read NFC Framing News headlines of Q3 2018.

Huber Engineered Woods, LLC, an NFC title sponsor, recently initiated a mobile training program offering ZIP System instruction to Huber’s customers on multifamily jobsites.

While the value Dean has received from his brief time as an NFC member has already been significant, he hopes to contribute to making NFC even more valuable.

Take few minutes to better understand the features of the new FrameSAFE Dashboard and all of the resources available to subscribers.

The National Framers Council (NFC) invites you to join the industry at its inaugural Framer Summit, October 22 – 24 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in conjunction with the Building Component Manufacturers Conference (BCMC).

3M Fall Protection is issuing the attached Stop Use and Recall Notice regarding the 3M DBI-SALA 16 Ft. Talon Self Retracting Life Line.

Boise Cascade Company (Boise Cascade) (NYSE: BCC) has entered into an agreement with Woodgrain Millwork to sell its northeast Oregon lumber mills in Pilot Rock and La Grande and the particleboard operations in Island City.

With a built-in air and water resistant barrier, ZIP System® sheathing and tape for roofs and exterior walls streamline the weatherization process.

Virginia Occupational Safety and Health Compliance has issued five citations for crystalline silica dust-related violations and other violations to a Roanoke, Virginia, contractor and has proposed a total of $304,130 in fines, which could be the largest fine imposed to date under the new silica rule.