The SC-SMIS enables companies and consultants to measure job site safety climate, download evidence-based policies, procedures, guidelines, and templates to strengthen the safety climate, and develop a plan to put the resources into action.
This study deployed a water-misting drone at two residential construction sites in Utah and measured the drones’ effect on temperatures and particulate matter concentrations.
This Data Bulletin examines self-reported symptoms of anxiety and depression in the population using the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) from 2011 to 2018 and in 2020,2 focusing on patterns and changes during the pandemic.
A literature review examining the extent to which behavioral economics concepts and related choice architecture techniques have been used to influence safety or health decisions in the construction industry and other occupational settings...
A Toolbox Talk detailing steps to help protect workers from respiratory dangers such as dust and fumes. Toolbox Talks use elements like case studies and discussion questions to educate workers on identifying and responding to hazards.