Framing News

- Framing News

Over the past five years, the trend of labor shortage has grown to create problems and delays for contractors who are trying to keep up with the demand of wood-frame multi-family living. 

- Framing News

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and other federal safety agencies announced today that they have designated May 2-6, 2016, for the third annual National Safety Stand-Down. The event is a nationwide effort to remind and educate employers and workers in the construction industry of the serious dangers of falls - the cause of the highest number of industry deaths in the construction industry.

- Framing News

OSHA held a public event on March 25 at the International Masonry Institute in Bowie, Md., to announce a final rule to protect workers by reducing their exposure to respirable silica dust. 

- Framing News

The National Framers Council Safety Committee is pleased to announce that version 2 of the FrameSAFE Safety Program is complete and has been rolled out to subscribers for immediate use. The new manual includes four new modules covering Proper Use of Extension Cords, Avoiding Electric Shock, Horizontal Lifelines and Rescue Planning.

- Framing News

With floor trusses, bracing becomes a permanent part of the floor structure.

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How to calculate your real cost of labor on the jobsite and use that number to calculate actual margin.

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The housing starts report this morning was above consensus, and there were upward revisions to the prior two months - a strong report.

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On the home building home front talk of the community's structural labor undersupply has gone into an uneasy split limbo.

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House Bill 1472, Fire Safety Construction Act of 2016, has been introduced in the Maryland legislature.

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