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Gain an understanding of how the construction industry is affected by the updated Confined Space standards.Many construction jobsites contain areas that are considered confined spaces.
Learn best practices for overseeing construction project personnel to protect against accidents giving rise to criminal liability. Concern for safety is apparent on construction projects throughout the country and...
Know how to properly identify and predict labor availability; and dispel common misconceptions.We have all heard the stories, 'I can't find enough electricians to finish my job' or 'there are not enough skilled concrete...
Prevailing Wage Law in Massachusetts: What Are Prevailing Wages? The purpose of the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law (G.L. c. 149, §§ 26-27H) (“Prevailing Wage Law”) is to provide a “level playing field” for...
The Davis Bacon Act The Davis Bacon Act was enacted in 1931 in response to the Great Depression. Since the Federal Government is one of the largest purchasers of construction services and seeks the lowest bid, the Davis...
Working With California Prevailing Wage Requirements These materials provide a basic overview of the responsibilities of parties engaged in public works construction projects.
Fundamentals of Construction Contracts in California A construction contract is the warranty that the executed job will receive the specific amount of compensation or how the compensation will be distributed.
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