Annotated Dictionary of Construction Safety and Health
|von Charles D. Reese|
From Book News, Inc. Entries taken from the Handbook of OSHA Construction Safety and Health (co-written by Reese) identify common safety and health hazards, recommend controls, and explain applicable OSHA standards. Subjects include abrasive grinding, aerial lifts, change rooms, compressed air, concrete (construction and cast-in- place), cranes and derricks, eating and drinking areas, electrical, employee emergency action plans, eye and face protection, hazardous waste operations, helicopters, lockout/tagout, marine equipment, material handling and storage, power tools, radiation, scaffolds, signs and barricades, steel erection, toilets, and underground constuction.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Synopsis The construction industry has always been viewed as an industry with unique hazards. This book provides a tool which addresses the occupational safety issues faced by those working in the construction industry. As a guide and reference, it becomes the foundation upon which to build stronger safety initiatives within the construction industry, while preventing jobsite deaths and injuries.
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