Complying with OSHA requirements means protecting workers from the risk of electric shock.
Use plywood resting on tennis balls to slide trash and other loads out of a truck bed.
Wear a few inexpensive safety accessories to protect your eyes, ears, lungs, and hands during the various phases of tiling.
To hold bandages in place, self-adherent wrap contours to your finger and forms a tighter seal than standard first-aid tape.
The team discusses how to deal with this outdated type of wiring often found in older homes.
Use this hand-curated collection of resources to help you plan and prepare for a safe job when working on houses.
Evaluating your job-site access before drywall delivery will save you time and labor.
Five-gallon buckets keep first-aid kits and fire extinguishers easy to identify and access on the job site.
This wedge-shaped platform safely balances a ladder on sloped ground.
Satisfying the local requirements for a sleeping loft proved a challenge for the owner of this accessory dwelling unit.
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