CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH

Directory of Construction Resources

The NIOSH Construction Program provides national and world leadership to prevent work-related illness, injury, disability, and death by systematically gathering information, conducting targeted scientific research, and translating the knowledge gained into products, solutions and services tailored to meet construction needs. For a sense of where construction stands by the numbers, read more here.

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This safety officer thinks Falls Protection is achievable

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Fall protection allows his men to go home at the end of the day

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Las Caídas Cuestan; La Historia de un "Safety Man"

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The owner of a residential framing company designs safety into each of his job sites

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A construction framer talks about protecting his crew from falls

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Trabajador de la construcción se protege de las caídas de techo

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Construcción: Protéjase en el Trabajo

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Buy Quiet Construction Video

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Know Your Nailer: Nail Gun Safety

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Conozca su clavadora (versión corta)

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This free simulator provides realistic workplaces with multiple dangerous hazard types that scissor and boom lift operators can navigate from the safety of a computer. Experienced operators can use the simulator to refresh their knowledge, and new operators can familiarize themselves with hazards they may encounter on the job. Using the simulator is not a substitute for required training to operate aerial and boom lifts. Use the NIOSH Aerial Lift Hazard Recognition Simulator today!

Page last reviewed: March 28, 2018