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    Thursday, July 09, 2020
    AUTHOR Kim Slowey @kimslowey PUBLISHED July 9, 2020 Construction Dive Newsletter While any face covering will help contain the usual droplets that come from coughing, sneezing and even speaking, there are things to look for in a face covering to maximize jobsite safety from the coronavirus.  Researchers at Florida Atlantic University's College of Engineering and Computer Science, using flow ...read more
    Categories: E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article, Papers/Research, Community, Education, Safety and Training, Human Interest
    Wednesday, July 01, 2020
    If you look at the current research on the state of COVID-19, you probably know that experts believe it will come back. Without any reliable information about long-term immunity, it is possible that people can catch the virus over and over again. It’s hard to predict how local and federal government organizations will react to a resurgence of the pandemic, but it’s wise to be thinking about it in ...read more
    Categories: E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article, Marin Builders Association NEWS, Community, Education, Safety and Training, Human Interest, Papers/Research
    Wednesday, June 17, 2020
    As the economy begins to reopen and we return to our buildings, what role do building ventilation systems play in reducing our risks of infection?  Infection via inhalation or contact with droplets is well understood at this point. Another potential exposure route being discussed is exposure via microdroplets, also called aerosols. The evidence for transmission via aerosols is currently ...read more
    Categories: Community, Education, Safety and Training, Green Building - Sustainability, Marin Builders Association NEWS, E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article, Human Interest, Papers/Research
    Tuesday, August 01, 2017
    Marin Builders working behind the scenes for our members.SB 1254 – Unlicensed ContractorsProperty owners can be held liable for injuries to uninsured workers and the Contractors' License Board (CSLB) has no direct authority to intervene. This bill gives the CSLB the tools they need to fight unlicensed contractors by providing the Registrar with the authority to issue administrative Stop Work ...read more
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