Construction is one of the most, if not the most, hazardous industry in the United States. Since OSHA’s beginning, it has studied the construction industry, knowing full well its complexity makes it unique. The regulations specific to construction are in 29 CFR Part 1926. Knowing what OSHA expects for compliance can be a much greater challenge. This manual is designed to help you do that.
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The OSHA Compliance for Construction Activities manual provides how-to explanations and guidance on critical OSHA §29 CFR 1926 regulatory topics as they directly pertain to construction activities. This publication takes you beyond what the regulations are and provides you with information on how to comply with them and implement them, as well as providing relevant information based on OSHA's own interpretations of the regulations.
Covers topics that are vital to workplace safety, including:
- Fall protection
- Health hazards like lead & asbestos exposure
- Work Zone Safety
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Ladders and stairways
- And more
Highlights throughout the manual — carefully selected by our on-staff experts — make compliance management easy:
- Compliance Point — A portion of a regulation often misunderstood or missed.
- Did You Know? — Facts and insights that facilitate understanding of key topics.
- Caution — Information on how to minimize risk, or avoid danger or damage.
- Historical Note — Background or historical information on a requirement.
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