Additional federal infrastructure investment is critical for safe drinking water

by Sara SchwartzWhen news of the Flint, Mich., water crisis made headlines, nearly 21 million people across the country relied on water systems that violated health standards. Low-income communities, minority…

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Creating a safety culture: Focus on more than just recording zero incidents

by Bob Fitzgerald, Sr. Risk Control Consultant at Willis Towers WatsonGreat news! Your project achieved a safety milestone with zero OSHA-recordable injuries. Mission accomplished, right? Not entirely. Most safety practitioners…

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Goal: No fatalities Research suggests traffic-planning approaches would save lives

[dropcap]R[/dropcap]esearch from the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Bank concludes that if all countries adopted a Safe System or Vision Zero approach to safety and traffic infrastructure, nearly…

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SAFETY STUDY: Does the time of day or age correspond to lower fatality risk?

Construction Fatalities Statistics Understanding why, when, and how construction fatalities occur and helping construction firms implement the most effective safety measures in response are vital to reducing work-related accidents and…

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