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How do you keep construction job sites and workers safe? Stay informed. Tune into CPWR’s Construction Safety & Health podcast to get up-to-the-minute information. From the latest research on safer tools, equipment, and work practices, to emerging hazards and solutions, to new training programs …and everything in between. If you work, manage, own, or operate within the construction industry, this is your podcast. Research backed and information packed knowledge to change your workplace and save lives.

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How do you keep construction job sites and workers safe? Stay informed. Tune into CPWR’s Construction Safety & Health podcast to get up-to-the-minute information. From the latest research on safer tools, equipment, and work practices, to emerging hazards and solutions, to new training programs …and everything in between. If you work, manage, own, or operate within the construction industry, this is your podcast. Research backed and information packed knowledge to change your workplace and save lives.

    EP 10: Suicide in the Construction Industry

    EP 10: Suicide in the Construction Industry

    Episode 10 – Suicide in the Construction Industry
    Men in construction are dying from suicide at roughly twice the rate of other working age people. This podcast explores the contributing factors, signs and symptoms, and actions that can be taken by individuals, companies, and communities to destigmatize the issue and help one another. Dr. John Gaal shares his experience and recommendations from the perspective of someone with many years in the industry, who also lost his son to suicide. The original presentation took place as part of a CPWR webinar, Preventing Suicide in the Construction Industry, which is available to watch in full at https://youtu.be/P1K-_mv9Hdg.
     
    Speakers:
    Jessica Bunting, MPH, Research to Practice (r2p) Director, CPWR; Member, Board of Trustees, CIASP
    John Gaal, EdD, CHW, Worker Wellness Director – Missouri Works Initiative (Mo AFL-CIO)

    • 24 min
    COVID 101: regresemos a lo básico

    COVID 101: regresemos a lo básico

    En el episodio 9, “COVID 101: regresemos a lo básico", el Dr. Douglas Trout, Jefe de la Subdivisión de Evaluaciones de Peligros y Asistencia Técnica del Instituto Nacional de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (NIOSH), revisa la importancia de un enfoque de varios niveles para la prevención de la exposición cuando se trata de COVID-19 en las obras de construcción.

    • 44 min
    EP9 COVID 101: Back to the Basics

    EP9 COVID 101: Back to the Basics

    In episode 9, "COVID 101: Back to Basics",  Dr. Douglas Trout, Chief of the Hazard Evaluations and Technical Assistance Branch at the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health ​(NIOSH), reviews the importance of a multi-layered approach to exposure prevention when dealing with COVID-19 on construction sites.

    • 40 min
    EP8. Centro de datos de CPWR

    EP8. Centro de datos de CPWR

    Conozca acerca del centro de datos de CPWR, una fuente líder de estadísticas y análisis detallados de las tendencias clave en seguridad y salud en la construcción, y las publicaciones, tableros interactivos y otros recursos que produce.

    • 13 min
    EP8 CPWR's Data Center

    EP8 CPWR's Data Center

    Learn about CPWR’s Data Center, a leading source of detailed statistics and analyses of key trends in construction safety and health, and the publications, interactive dashboards, and other resources it produces.

    • 10 min
    EP 7 Safety Climate

    EP 7 Safety Climate

    Andrew Levinson, acting Director of OSHA Directorate of Standards and Guidance, talks to Dr. Linda Goldenhar, Director of Research and Evaluation at CPWR, about her work developing tools and resources to improve company safety climate in the construction industry.

    • 17 min

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