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.

This safety officer thinks Falls Protection is achievable
Fall protection allows his men to go home at the end of the day
Las Caídas Cuestan; La Historia de un "Safety Man"
The owner of a residential framing company designs safety into each of his job sites
A construction framer talks about protecting his crew from falls
Trabajador de la construcción se protege de las caídas de techo
Construcción: Protéjase en el Trabajo
Buy Quiet Construction Video
Know Your Nailer: Nail Gun Safety
Conozca su clavadora (versión corta)
man on ladder

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!

Mast Climbing Work Platform Daily Inspection Walkthrough Tool

This free daily inspection walkthrough tool allows mast climber users to navigate through what is commonly inspected during a pre-shift daily inspection. When prompted, click on the orange outlined section and the related inspection point will be displayed. Use the MCWP Daily Inspection Walkthrough today!

Page last reviewed: March 28, 2018