Construction & Construction Accident Resources
UPDATED: February 5, 2020
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If you have questions about construction accidents, want to know about regulations in the construction industry, or need to find organizations that help construction workers, scroll through the select list of resources for the information you need.
Construction Accident Information:
Construction Accident Overview: Understand construction accidents, worker's compensation, and how to handle long term injuries.
Construction Accident Lawsuits: If you are injured in a construction accident, find out how a lawsuit can help you recover compensation for your medical costs.
Construction Injury Attorneys: Find out how an experienced construction injury attorney can help your case.
AttorneyPages.com: Find an experienced personal injury or workers compensation attorney in your area.
Construction Industry Associations:
American Underground Construction Association: Organization devoted to promoting underground construction.
Associated General Contractors of America: Industry news and training information for general contractors.
Center to Protect Workers Rights: Non-profit organization dedicated to research, training and service in the construction industry.
Construction Institute: Non-profit, non-partisan division of the University of Hartford dedicated to the promotion of the construction industry.
National Association of Home Builders: Construction Safety and Health Committee resources and materials.
National Association of Women in Construction: Support network for women in construction industry.
Construction Statistics, Research & Education:
American Institute of Steel Construction: Publications about the steel industry and steel construction.
Construction Industry Institute: Construction research think-tank affiliated with the University of Texas at Austin.
Construction Safety Council: Training programs, safety videos and publications are available from this non-profit council.
Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health: Database of safety information and resources organized by hazard, work site, and trade.
National Center for Construction Education and Research: Non-profit foundation to address shortage of construction industry workers.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health: Information and fact sheets about construction industry hazards and injuries.
U.S. Dept. of Labor-Guide to Construction Industry Management: Bureau of Labor Statistics publication describing what it takes to be a construction manager, including working conditions, training, employment outlook, earnings and related occupations.
U.S. Dept. of Labor-Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA): Federal agency oversees regulatory compliance for work sites. Website includes links to OSHA statistics, state compliance plans, and compliance assistance.
U.S. Dept. of Labor-OSHA Safety Regulations: Index of OSHA Safety Regulations for Construction.