Photo Gallery: Safety at 1,1776 Feet + MORE Oct 7th

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Rising an historic 1,776 feet, One World Trade Center in New York City not only is the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere but also is a symbol of American pride and resilience.During the final stages of construction, project coordinators and building managers assessed the roof for fall hazards and the application of a fall protection system…

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The National Fire Protection Association and many fire departments across the country are participating in the week’s events.

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The Oct. 8 webinar, “Healthier, Safer and More Engaged: Your Guide to Creating Total Worker Health,” will address safety and health challenges faced by small and mid-sized manufacturers. CNA and NIOSH are co-hosting the event.

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Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. and the Construction Industry Safety Coalition, among others, say they need more time to review the agency’s economic and technological feasibility analyses.

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“Fallen Star” is the title of the art installation by Do Ho Suh — a house seemingly dropped onto a corner of the seventh floor of Jacobs Hall at the university’s Jacobs School of Engineering.

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The “Designing Recovery” contest winners were created to withstand natural disasters – hurricanes and tornadoes – specifically in New York, New Orleans, and Joplin, Mo.

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