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Dan Burazin

Wisconsin Construction Safety
Feb 22, 2023

Tech, mental health, pandemic rules highlight safety panel talk (VIDEO)

Panelists discussed the latest in safety for coronavirus, mental health and changing technology.

Feb 17, 2022

Safety panel: Mental health becoming priority as pandemic subsides

From vaccinations to mental health, COVID-19 has greatly changed how the construction industry thinks about safety. 

Aug 4, 2020

Trades groups answer contractors’ questions about mask mandate

The definition of indoors and outdoors becomes a bit less clear when you’re a contractor working on a job site. And that distinction is perhaps more important than ever now that Wisconsin has a statewide mask mandate in effect.

Apr 15, 2020

OSHA issues guidelines clarifying when contractors have to report COVID-19 cases

Contractors won't need to report to OSHA cases of COVID-19 unless it's clear that an employee caught the virus on a jobsite, under recently released guidance from federal officials.

Mar 27, 2020

BEST PRACTICES: Contractors taking steps to keep crews safe during outbreak

Working in an industry that state officials have deemed essential, Wisconsin construction crews haven't got the luxury of watching the COVID-19 outbreak unfold from home like many state residents.

Dec 19, 2019

ON THE LEVEL: At AGC of GM, Burazin tries to ensure trades workers well-protected

For Dan Burazin, going into construction required scarcely a moment’s consideration. He followed the trail blazed by his father, Raymond.

Nov 7, 2013

OSHA wants public injury reports

A proposed federal rule that would require construction companies make public the reports of any on-site injuries and illnesses is prompting concerns about how the information would be used.

Sep 30, 2013

Federal shutdown threatens OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the construction industry it polices were bracing Monday for a possible federal government shutdown that would furlough most inspectors.

Aug 26, 2011

The good side of the recession: Industry’s fatality numbers drop

The recession saved lives in the construction industry.

Mar 28, 2011

An enforced marriage

Changes to Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations cost contractor Matt Olk $1,500 last year.

Mar 6, 2009

Daylight saving prompts calls for caution

Sean Ryan [email protected] There is always a rash of construction accidents on a Monday following the beginning of daylight saving time, warns Frank Keres. “These aren’t major catastrophic accidents,” said […]


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