Best Built Plans provides contractors and workers with practical tools and information to plan for safe materials handling while staying productive and profitable. Access the job site planning tool, training resources, and interactive coaching exercises created to reduce manual materials handling and prevent sprain and strain injuries.
BTMed helps identify health problems caused by hazardous substances that workers may have been exposed to while working on a Department of Energy site.
This network allows members and site users to find and easily share the latest research findings, new tools, solutions and programs with their networks, connect with other industry stakeholders, researchers, and experts on specific hazards through the Network Directory, and to disseminate and promote their own findings, materials, and products with a broader stakeholder audience.
Evaluate the financial impact of safer equipment, materials, and work practices using this free online calculator.
This Clearinghouse offers a central resource for construction employers and workers to find the latest research, guidance documents, training and other resources to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 as construction work continues in some markets and starts up in others.
This free Planning Tool takes you step-by-step through developing your plan to protect employees from and prevent the spread of COVID-19, including what to consider when conducting a job hazard analysis, selecting appropriate controls, screening workers and visitors, training employees, and implementing the plan.
eLCOSH.org was developed to provide accurate, user-friendly information about construction safety and health for workers, employers, researchers and others interested in construction safety and health from a wide range of sources worldwide.
Contractors can use the SC-SMIS free of charge to assess their safety climate, select and implement appropriate tools to strengthen it, and engage in continuous safety climate improvement.
The Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction began in 2012 to raise awareness: falls from heights are the leading cause of injuries and fatalities in construction. This site offers a wide range of materials about fall prevention, including training materials, infographics, and information about the annual Falls Stand-Down.
A one-stop source of information on how to prevent a silica hazard and protect workers, including a free online planning tool to help contractors comply with the plan requirements in the OSHA Silica Standard.