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Topped Out, Part 2
Proper use and maintenance of hard hats on the job site. Garvey - Modern Steel Construction, January 2017

Minimizing Hazards by Design 
Safety can and should be just as important in the design process as it is during manufacturing and construction. Creasap - Modern Steel Construction, January 2017

Have You Heard?
Implementing effective hearing-conservation training in structural steel fabrication starts with listening to your workers. Garvey - Modern Steel Construction, December 2016

Topped Out
Some things to consider when selecting the right hard hat. Garvey - Modern Steel Construction, October 2016

Targeted Training
Promoting warehouse worker safety training for steel supply and fabrication companies. Mrozowski et al - Modern Steel Construction, March 2015

Safety First
On November 2, 2004, Central Texas Iron Works experienced a lost-time injury. It hasn’t experienced one since. Weisenberger - Modern Steel Construction, February 2015

Stretching Toward A Safer Workplace
Stretching is the first line of defense Stretching is the first line of defense against workplace injuries—and it feels great. Chipman - Modern Steel Construction, January 2015

Working Well With Others
Being aware of your surroundings goes a long way in making your job site a safer place to work for all. Farris - Modern Steel Construction December 2014

Safety Hazard Prevention by Design
When safety is addressed during design, it can become easier to implement during construction. Zuo - Modern Steel Construction, June 2014

Observing Safety
How do you make your workplace safer? Here's a start. Schafly - Modern Steel Construction, April 2014

Safety Steps
With a few simple tweaks to your safety management process, you'll be better prepared to avoid injuries as well as manage them if they do occur. Chipman - Modern Steel Construction, November 2013

Altering Alerts
How the new Hazard Communication Standard will affect fabricators and erectors--and how to prepare for it.  Kruth - Modern Steel Construction, February 2013

Product Expert Series, Up-To-Date Safety 
Safety equipment makers continue to improve their methods in response to ever-changing regulations and the current economic climate. Chipman - Modern Steel Cosntruction, May 2012

Clean Air Regulations Coming to Your Fabrication Shop
New EPA regulation that will affect all fabrication shops Modern Steel Construction, April 2011

Designing For Construction Safety
Taking construction safety into account during the design phase of a project is becoming more and more common. Toole et al - Modern Steel Construction, June 2006

Rapid Recovery 

Developing personalized injury management systems with occupational health care providers can mean quicker recovery-times from injuries and fewer days off the job.
Pollack - Modern Steel Construction, June 2003

Managing Risks
Insurance and Indemnity Clauses in Construction Contracts. Ratterman - Modern Steel Construction, April 2003

Safety in Steel
Fall Protection and PPE in Steel Construction. Martin, Rizzo, Vincent, Wolfe - Modern Steel Construction December 2002

New OSHA SENRAC Rules
How they affect Engineers Fabricators and Contractors. Barger and West - Modern Steel Construction, May 2001

Keeping an Eye on OSHA
PPE and Eye Protection Rules. Roll, Duffie - Modern Steel Construction, November 2000