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Build a Proper First-Aid Kit Build a Proper First-Aid Kit Online Membership Required

When home-building accidents happen, off-the-shelf kits just don’t cut it. Here’s what you really need.

What's the Difference: Safety footwearOnline Membership Required

Decifering the acronyms listed on the labels of shoes and boots

Protecting A House During Construction
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Protecting A House During Construction

A scratched door, a chipped tub, or a broken window can sour a project in a heartbeat

SawStop Revisited
SawStop Revisited

SawStop inventor launches own line of safety-minded table saws

A Builder's Real-Life First-Aid KitOnline Membership Required

Bandages, bee-sting medicine and everything else a carpenter shouldn't leave home without

Safety Fixtures for Table Saws and ShapersOnline Membership Required

Push sticks, push blocks and featherboards keep work on the table and against the fence, with your fingers at a safe distance

Working Safely on the Roof

Complying with new OSHA fall-protection regulations takes more than the correct safety gear, it takes a commitment to using the gear correctly

Out in the ColdOnline Membership Required

Gearing up for cold-weather construction

ScaffoldingOnline Membership Required

What goes up mustn't come down accidentally

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