- To encourage the elimination or reduction of conditions constituting hazards to the safety or health of U.S. construction workers, and to promote the maintenance and improvement of safe and healthy working conditions for workers in the construction industry;
- To publicize the results of research findings, and to make them widely available to construction industry owners/users, employers, associations, unions, workers, academia, government , and others with an interest in construction industry safety and health;
- To provide training resources and technical services to apply research findings at the work site and to direct research in defining and addressing issues of importance to workers.
- To conduct research concerning the quality of working conditions; the social, economic, and psychological factors influencing work organization; the impacts on workers and working conditions of new technologies and industry change; and analyses of corporate and government policies and consensus standards that affect the worksite.
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