OSHA Safety

OSHA’s Top 10 Employer Responsibilities

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It does not matter if employees are working in an office or in a trench, employers have a responsibility to provide workers with a safe place to work. When the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act was established in 1970, the regulations included employer responsibilities. Start the New Year off right by ensuring that the CEO and managers at all levels within a company know and understand what these responsibilities are.

Show and Tell

Show and Tell

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If a dog is man’s best friend, consider the excavator a utility contractor’s closest confidante. This hard-working piece of equipment helps crews dig into a project and complete their to-do lists with ease and confidence.

New Year, New Congress, New Opportunity

New Year, New Congress, New Opportunity

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Every two years, our great country endures a shift as a result of the November election. Most of these shifts, over the course of our great history, have been incremental and small. Midterm elections largely oppose the President, more so in the second term.

NUCA 2015 Convention Registration Is Online and Open

NUCA 2015 Convention Registration Is Online and Open

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Visit www.nuca.com and follow the convention link for registration fees, schedules, events, accommodations and our 50th Anniversary Celebration. The first 25 registrants* will receive a signed hardback copy of Keynote Speaker Jim Lovell’s novel Apollo 13, Anniversary Edition (only 25 books are available).

Captain Jim Lovell to Keynote NUCA 2015 Convention

Captain Jim Lovell to Keynote NUCA 2015 Convention

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Two hundred thousand miles from Earth trapped in a tiny computerized spacecraft, Captain Jim Lovell and his Apollo 13 crew faced almost certain death when their oxygen system failed. Boldly confronting the problem, accepting the need for change and providing sound leadership, Lovell modified the lunar module into an effective lifeboat — conserving both electrical power and water in sufficient supply for the crew’s safe return to Earth.