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As we all continue to adjust to these changed times an aspect that remains constant is the need for effective communication.  Our field employees have worked hard over the last several months to follow all recommended CDC and state guidelines related to COVID-19.  We are very

OSHA has issued a new rule to improve safety for construction workers in confined spaces.

The smartphone and mobile app markets continue to provide users with more resources to keep Ahern's workforce informed while working on job sites. Here is are six of the "must-have" apps that Ahern's Safety Department recommends:

It’s that time of year again when we begin transitioning from a wet spring to a humid summer. These conditions provide the perfect breeding ground for two small but dangerous organisms – ticks and mosquitoes.

According to the National Safety council, “In 2011, there were an estimated 86,100 home and community-related unintentional injury deaths, accounting for 70 percent of all unintentional injury deaths that year.” This is far more fatalities than what’s occurring in our workplac

Growing Our Safety Commitment

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

While Ahern maintains an impressive safety record (2.4 times better than the industry average for the last 10 years), this is an area that can always be improved.