It appears the perpetrators had help from a little known tool made by a well-known brand.
In 1898 they called it a "load carriage." What would you call it?
What concrete pro doesn't marvel at this symbol of American innovation and grit?
Dean McKenzie, deputy director of OSHA's Directorate of Construction spoke recently at the 2015 Remodeling Leadership Conference. He explained the new requirements for accident reporting, temp workers and being a safety leader.
The newly formed organization "will be an advocate for the industry, allow ICF professionals to differentiate themselves from the amateur, and take advantage of opportunities that individual companies lack the resources to capitalize on individually."
The project, funded by the ASCC Education, Research and Development Foundation, St. Louis, is titled “Evaluation and Examination of ACI 347.3R ‘Guide to Formed Concrete Surfaces’.”