May is Building Safety Month
June is Construction Safety Month
June is recognized as National Safety Month for construction sites. It is sponsored annually by the National Safety Council. The goal for this month is to help reduce the leading causes of injury and death at work and in our communities.
As fewer and fewer individuals apply for apprenticeships within the construction trades, our industry faces a potentially difficult future. According to the Associated Builders and Contractors’ (ABC) February 23, 2022 news release, one in five construction workers will retire in approximately five years. With a decline of 8% in the 25-54 age range of new workers, our industry today needs 650,000 workers in 2022 and an additional 590,000 new workers in 2023 to meet the demand.

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