May 2016: Safety

 

On March 25, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published its final rule, updating...

Collisions between workers and vehicles are some of the most expensive incidents on a work...

It might surprise most people to learn that 97 percent of all unintentional injury-related deaths—and...

Lakeview Amphitheater on the shore of Onondaga Lake seats 5,000 attendees in the pavilion and 12,500 on the lawn.

On September 3, 2015, only days after construction was completed, a sold-out crowd of 17,500...

Performing electrical work without being properly trained can be deadly. I have seen this hold...

Once a bedroom-only requirement, arc-fault 
circuit interrupters (AFCIs)­—either as breakers or receptacles—today are required in...

While embraced by Fortune 500 companies, succession planning isn’t often front and center for private...

Little Giant SafeFrame ladder

Ladders have been in use for thousands of years. A quick Google search of “first...


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| May 2016
While National Electrical Safety Month was created and is also primarily managed by the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), a number of other entities engage in

| May 2016
As I’ve traveled around the country, I have met countless electrical contractors who perform all kinds of specialized construction work related to the design, installation and

| May 2016
On March 25, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published its final rule, updating the more than 40-year-old standard addressing respirable crystalline s

| May 2016
When it comes to harnessing the power of the sun, there’s a lot more to it than just throwing down a towel and catching some rays. Ask J.M. Electrical Co. Inc.

| May 2016
A recent Green Building Council (USGBC) report, “LEED in Motion: Hospitality,” suggests that the hospitality industry is poised for significant growth in terms of green initia

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