Tips for More Effective Construction Safety Management

Back  in 2016, OSHA published OSHA 3886, Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs in Construction. We encourage you to read the entire OSHA publication, and believe your construction safety management system or program will benefit from doing so, but in this article, we’re going to pass along some of the key points from the OSHA document on construction safety training management.

In particular, we’re going to call out OSHA’s tips for getting started with construction safety management programs (which we already turned into a construction safety management–getting started infographic for you–and OSHA’s tips for key elements to include in your safety management program–which, again, we’ve turned into an infographic for you as well.

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