J.J. Keller & Associates recently introduced the OSHA Standards for Construction Handbook, a construction field reference designed to provide quick answers to OSHA and other construction regulatory questions. It also can serve as a training aid for anyone teaching or taking OSHA’s 10- and 30-hour construction training course, according to Keller.
The 700-page handbook contains the full text of OSHA construction industry regulations (26 CFR 1926), applicable general industry regulations from 29 CFR 1910, and key EPA, EEOC and DOL regulations that apply to the construction industry. The handbook also includes OSHA interpretations, OSHA forms, a listing of the most frequently cited regulations, consensus standards and a cross-reference to 1926 regulations and their related 1910 regulations, as well as other reference aids.
The handbook has a thorough index and features two-colored areas, shaded boxes and special formatting to highlight information, as well as to aid navigation and research, Keller says. For more information, go to www.jjkeller.com.