Framing News

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Many thanks to these Supplier/Component Manufacturer Sponsors for making our first year possible!

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Join the National Framers Council for a national meeting in Las Vegas the week of the International Builders Show.

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An LA tech start-up updates the hardhat with Google Glass-like technology and a sleek new design.

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Here are the five most-common questions that come up about fall protection. By knowing the answers to these questions, safety managers can help provide the proper equipment to keep their workers safe. 

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This article explores the plethora of misinformation, myths, and misnomers surrounding personal protective equipment (PPE), and more specifically, cut-resistant gloves.

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It’s true that better built houses take more time to plan and execute and sometimes require skilled labor and subs. Correct installation is crucial for the smooth operation of many high-performance systems.

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OSHA and NIOSH recently released Recommended Practices for staffing agencies and host employers to better protect temporary workers from hazards on the job.

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Simpson Strong-Tie has recently developed the KBS1Z knee-brace stabilizer for free-standing structures requiring strong lateral support.

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A few years back OSHA did a study and found some contractors figured the cost of fines in their annual budget.

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The National Framers Council’s FrameSAFETM Safety Manual Template is now available for purchase by members of NFC!

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Green Globes, a web-based rating program provided by the Green Building Initiative (GBI), joins LEED as an approved green building certification system for federal buildings.

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The National Framers Council’s FrameSAFETM Safety Manual Template is now available for purchase by members of NFC!

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In this article, the author provides ten pieces of trivia on U.S. consumption of steel nails.

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Safety briefings can be boring. This Workplace Safety Blog entry has some tips on spicing these meetings up for maximum impact.

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Construction workers and roofers are some of the most dangerous jobs in America, with a larger percentage of those fatalities coming from falls.

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