This report details an evaluation project involving a comprehensive system designed to assess effectiveness of the rapid transition to synchronous online training in the occupational health and safety domain.
This project builds on these efforts and takes them scale by developing and evaluating a transformational leadership training module and incorporating it into the OSHA 30 course as an elective.
These heat safety infographics are a product of the OSHA-CPWR Alliance. Download them for use in social media, presentations, print materials, and websites, and for posting on job sites.
This study examined prescription opioid use among 8,000 construction workers and a variety of occupational and nonoccupational factors that could underlie such use. It found use associated with occupational and nonoccupational factors.
This study used a large national dataset to examine the relationship between MSDs and prescription opioid use among construction workers. Its findings included that prescription opioid use tripled among workers with any type of MSD.
Workers have a right to be informed about hazardous chemicals they work with, including nanomaterials, which are increasingly common in construction materials.
This Toolbox Talk discusses ways to work safely with nano-enabled concrete, which contains engineered nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanocellulose, silica nanoparticles, and titanium dioxide.