A partnership between a contractor and research team demonstrates that you can successfully control exposure to hazardous chemicals during installation of spray polyurethane foam in a complex setting (healthcare facility).
An elective of the OSHA 30-hour course, this program focuses on the costs of poor leadership, benefits of good leadership, and the five leadership skills needed to be an effective safety leader.
Dust exposure reduced while tuckpointing.
An overhead drilling device, developed through CPWR-funded research, is impressing workers and contractors as a tremendous advance in comfort, without reducing productivity.
A New Jersey partnership uses a peer-training model to help Latino day laborers make critical decisions about their own health & safety.
Personal stories raise awareness of safe ladder procedures.
CPWR-funded research raises awareness that use of the sequential trigger mechanism & training significantly reduce the risk of nail gun injuries.
Tools, work practices, and materials are available to reduce back injuries and lost time in the masonry industry. CPWR-funded research is raising contractor and worker awareness and use of ergonomic solutions.
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CPWR’s Mast Climbing Work Platforms Work Group conducted 4 years of research, and published a white paper on recommendations for the safe use of mast climbing work platforms, which is raising awareness and encouraging the adoption of safe practices.
Additions and upgrades to eLCOSH reflect user needs and facilitate quick and easy access to historic and up-to-date safety and health information.
CPWR’s comprehensive hazard awareness program brings interactive safety training to hundreds of thousands of construction workers.