Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR)
The Center for Construction Research and Training is an organization dedicated to empowering employers and workers to create safe and healthy workplaces, and is one of the leading advocates for the prevention of work-related injuries in the construction field. The CPWR website contains current and past research findings, as well as training materials focused on minimizing existing and emerging construction hazards.
Safety Climate Assessment Tool
The Safety Climate Assessment Tool is a free online resource that allows safety professionals to gain insightful feedback about employee safety perceptions based on leading indicators of safety.
CPWR Safety Culture and Climate in Construction Report
CPWR’s 2013 Safety Culture and Climate in Construction Report details research findings that assert safety culture and climate as central factors in determining injuries, illnesses, and fatalities for construction workers.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Construction Research
NIOSH is a federal research institute dedicated to workers’ safety and health. It is committed to continuously improve safety conditions for workers in the construction industry through innovative research and intervention implementation.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Construction
OSHA is a federal agency whose primary purpose is to uphold safety standards and regulations in the workplace to ensure safe working conditions. OSHA encourages and partners with research institutions to advance the safety climate of the construction industry.
CPWR Research Update Webinar - September 25th, 2018: Assessment of contractor safety (ACES) through prequalification organizational surveys