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Oregon OSHA's Vehicle Safety for small businesses in the construction industry (PDF)
Check out this Oregon OSHA guide if you’re a construction small-business owner whose employees don’t need a commercial driver’s license to drive company vehicles or if you’re the employee who logs the miles.
Source: Oregon OSHA
The Sun, Another Construction Site Hazard (PDF)
With the sun the primary cause of skin cancer, construction laborers, who work outside most of the time,are at high risk for this disease. However, because their risk of accidental death and injury on the job is not only higher, but also more immediate, the dangers of skin cancer in this industry have long been neglected.
Source: Skin Cancer Foundation
The Associated General Contractors of America: Oregon Columbia Chapter
The Oregon-Columbia Chapter of the Associated General Contractors is a full service trade association dedicated to giving our contractor members the tools they need to make their businesses more competitive.