This facilitator's guide is part of the NABTU Opioids Awareness Training program, which is designed to help union construction workers better recognize the risks associated with opioids and to encourage them to help themselves and others.
Topics in Construction Safety and Health is a series of annotated, interdisciplinary bibliographies of research on key topics in construction safety and health. Each provides citations for and summaries of research on a specific area.
A report on stakeholder surveys in 2015 and 2019 on key issues and information sources. Topics of highest interest (such as safety culture and falls) have changed little; shifts include more use of social media and Spanish communications.
A brief for CPWR by the FrameWorks Institute hat distills key concepts and ideas about how to communicate the value of primary prevention for reducing opioid use among construction workers.
Most nail gun injuries are puncture wounds to hands and fingers; however, more serious injuries have been fatal. It’s not just the nail gun users who are at risk. Workers and people nearby have also been injured by nails being misfired.
These infographics on suicide prevention are available in English and Spanish. Download them as a PDF for use in social media, presentations, print materials, and on your website.