The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will create a separate set of safety and health-program management guidelines for the construction industry, Business Insurance reports. OSHA is now revising the voluntary guidelines first published in 1989 that are designed to help employers establish health and safety management plans in the workplace. Andy Levinson, deputy director of OSHA's Directorate of Standards & Guidance, said both employers and workers in the construction industry had said what the agency was planning to do "is not going to work for them." They asked for a separate set of guidelines just for the construction sector, a request OSHA has accepted. One problem was that most small builders don't have the staff or resources to dedicate one employee to safety programs, as OSHA guidelines had called for. Read More