With OSHA ramping up inspections on heat hazards, AGC will be providing key information on how the agency could issue citations on your jobsites.
Register today for the Construction Safety, Health and Environmental Conference at the to access the following content and much more:
OSHA’s General Duty Clause: How Is It Used by OSHA To Issue Citations in The Construction Industry
With OSHA announcing its intention to utilize the statute’s general duty clause to issue citations against employers pursuant to its recently published Heat Illness National Emphasis Program, construction-industry employers have several questions regarding OSHA’s discretion and use of the general duty clause. (“GDC”). This session will discuss the ways the clause is currently being used by OSHA.
Explore the Road Ahead for Equipment and Fuels
Construction professionals increasingly will be looking to get the most performance out of their equipment while still reducing emissions—and helping to build a green future. This session will shine a spotlight on some of the exciting developments in the areas of equipment and fuels. What’s available for fuel efficient and/or electric off-road equipment? What are some diesel fuel options to help reduce air emissions from your existing fleet?
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