A Wisconsin man who doctors say came perilously close to death after accidentally shooting a nail into his heart while working on his house calmly drove himself to the hospital and even parked his pickup truck in the lot before walking into the emergency room.
While this topic is important to discuss year-round, September is suicide prevention awareness month, a dedicated time to raise awareness on the subject and connect individuals having suicidal thoughts to resources and treatment services.
Workplace safety is vitally important, and a checklist can be a helpful and simple way for component manufacturers to develop a systematic approach to safety.
Universal Forest Products, Inc. announced a new organizational structure that is designed to position the Company for accelerated sales and profit growth in the coming years and provide more opportunity for its employees.
Out of the more than 4,500 workers who were killed at work in 2016, one in five of them died on a construction site. It’s a grim reminder that faulty safety processes can be deadly.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Northridge Construction Corp. for willful and serious violations of workplace safety standards at the company’s headquarters in East Patchogue, New York.
A federal judge sentenced construction company owner Job Torres Hernandez to eight years and seven months in prison for harboring undocumented workers for commercial advantage or private financial gain and for forcing some of those individuals into providing labor on projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A surprise inspection from an OSHA compliance officer (CO) is not an aspect of the framing business that many would cite (pun intended) as one of their favorite activities.
According to Simpson, one of its most viewed videos of 2019 is the one below featuring their new Quik Stik that provides a better way for framers to handle truss connections.