As California works to finalize a permanent COVID-19 worker protection rule, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health declined to include a provision in the rule requiring employers to pay workers who take virus-related time off.
Women members throughout the U.S. and Canada play a key role in the United Brotherhood of Carpenters’ (UBC) success—in recruitment and mentoring, skills training, leadership development, political action and community involvement.
The webinar will be conducted by Don Allen, P.E., LEED AP, SECB, director of engineering for Super Stud Building Products. It is designed for architects, engineers, building officials and contractors. Participants are eligible for 1.5 PDHs.
New York, Louisiana Have Worst Losses Between December & February 2020, While Utah, South Dakota Top Gainers; Florida, Alabama, Rhode Island Have Worst One-Month Losses & Texas, West Virginia Have Best Gains
January 28, 2022
The Biden Administration’s decision to withdraw its emergency vaccine mandate for firms that employ 100 or more people will help firms avoid losing workers unwilling to comply with the new measure.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration is withdrawing the vaccination and testing emergency temporary standard issued on Nov. 5, 2021, to protect unvaccinated employees of large employers with 100 or more employees from workplace exposure to coronavirus.
As Community Braces for Omicron-Fueled Wave, California Drywall Reaches 90.1% COVID-19 Vaccination Rate While Construction Industry Average Stagnates at 55%
December 17, 2021
The construction industry at large is struggling to get workers vaccinated, with only 55% of workers vaccinated nationally. With over 600 employees, Cal Drywall has reached a 90.1% COVID-19 vaccination rate.