OSHA Compliance

Free Construction Safety And Health Training Provided By US Labor Department's OSHA On April 1

Free Construction Safety And Health Training Provided By US Labor Department's OSHA On April 1
OSHA is going to provide construction safety and health training at the Gulf State Fairgrounds in Mobile on 1 April. This will be a free training and this training will help the employees in preventing construction-related injuries and illnesses. This free training is co-sponsored by OSHA, the main federal agency of U.S. Department of Labor. Besides the employees, this training will also help contractors and others who are interested in receiving and experiencing construction safety and health information.

Kurt Peter Meyer, the area director of OSHA's in Mobile, says,”"Despite the recent economic downturn, construction remains a major growth sector of the economy, and our focus is on preventing work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities. The conference supports this effort by providing a wealth of free safety and health information to employers."

The schedule of this OSHA safety training will be from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. And it is conducted by OSHA, the Associated General Contractors, the American Society of Safety Engineers, the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce, Mobile and Northwest Florida Chapters, the National Association of Home Builders, the Associated Builders and Contractors Mid-Gulf Chapter, Alabama and Metro Mobile Chapters and the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce. The promoters will provide products and services to help the employers build a healthy construction workplace. They will provide meals and beverages at no cost to the participants. Participants will have to send an e-mail to safetyconference@hbamm.com or calling Charlotte Knopf, of the Alabama AGC in Mobile, at 251-344-8220 previously to join the training.

There is no doubt that OSHA has made a sea change to the world of workers safety and health at work place by providing OSHA safety training and regulations.

According to Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing safe and healthful workplaces for their employees. OSHA's ensures the safety and health of America's working men and women.

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