The city's $1.050 billion 2017 bond package is on the Nov. 7 ballot as 10 propositions, each being voted on individually. If they pass, projects will begin late this year or in January 2018.
"We're pleased to sign this alliance that brings together our organizations to expand education, outreach, and information sharing throughout the state," said MIOSHA Director Bart Pickelman. "We particularly look forward to engaging smaller contractors to assist them in developing an appropriate safety and health program for their job sites."
Many of today's on-demand training solutions are highly affordable and scalable, offering hundreds of individual lessons that can be deployed to workers based on their specific training needs and requirements.
Workers in construction and extraction occupations were mostly exposed to loud work (49.6 percent of jobs) or very loud work (7.9 percent) in 2016, according to BLS.
Houston's George R. Brown Convention Center is the setting for the National Safety Council's big annual conference next year.
The Indianapolis presentation will focus on prevention best practices and provide an overview of a new industry initiative in development by ISEA and the Dropped Objects Solutions Committee that seeks to standardize solutions.