- OSHA Technical Manual (OTM). OSHA Directive TED 01-00-015 [TED 1-0.15A], (1999, January 20).
- Noise. (2013, August 15).
- Excavations: Hazard Recognition in Trenching and Shoring. Provides definitions and training requirements for a competent person.
- A Guide to Scaffold use in the Construction Industry. OSHA Publication 3150, (Revised 2002).
- Suspended Scaffolds - Two Point (swing stage) - Personnel training and competent persons. OSHA Scaffolding eTool.
- Inspection Guide. OSHA Steel Erection eTool.
- Construction Hazards and Standards (PPT*). OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grantee Slide Presentation.
- Training Requirements in OSHA Standards (PDF*). OSHA Publication 2254, (2015).
- Residential Fall Protection Program Update - Slide 73. OSHA Slide Presentation.
- Subpart CC - Cranes and Derrick in Construction: Wire Rope - Inspection (PDF*). OSHA Fact Sheet, (2013).
- Fall Prevention: Training Guide -- A Lesson Plan for Employers (PDF*). OSHA Publication 3666, (2013).
- Reducing Falls During Residential Construction: Re-Roofing (PDF*). OSHA Fact Sheet, (2012, January).
- Reducing Falls in Construction: Safe Use of Job-made Wooden Ladders (PDF*). OSHA Fact Sheet, (2013, May).
- Powered Platforms (PDF*). OSHA Fact Sheet, (2002).
- Working Safely in Trenches (PDF*). OSHA QuickCard™, (2011). Also available in Spanish (PDF*).
- Trenching and Excavation Safety (PDF*). OSHA Fact Sheet, (2011). Also available in Spanish (PDF*).
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