Sean DeLauder

About Sean DeLauder

Sean has a degree in Journalism and another in Technical Writing. He spent the early part of his career with The Findlay Courier writing sports blurbs and obituaries. He went on to write grants and newsletter articles for the Little Sisters of the Poor. Sean joined the Safety Unlimited writing staff in 2009 and has added countless articles to the SUI Newsletter, in addition to writing course and webpage content. He has also published several short articles, a pair of books, and a collection of short stories.

California Lab Certified NRTL

Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp. (BACL) has received OSHA recognition as a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). This means the Sunnyvale, California company is trusted to test specific products to ensure they meet the construction and general industry OSHA electrical standards for safety. Each NRTL uses its own, unique, registered Read the full article…

National Work Zone Awareness Week

Whether you’re a commuter driving in your own vehicle, a commercial driver in a semi, or a construction worker driving a dump truck or other vehicle, it’s important to obey the traffic laws, and drive safely and intelligently while on the road. It’s even more important to do so in construction zones where traffic can bottleneck, tensions can rise, and traffic accidents can not just affect yourself and other drivers, but workers on the site as well.

Work Zone

The Birth of OSHA

In December 29, 1970, President Nixon signed into law the Occupational Safety and Health Act, which led to the creation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) within the Department of Labor. As an administrative component of the DOL, OSHA can create regulations and standards designed to ensure the Read the full article…


Protecting Temporary Workers

Temporary workers have the same right to safety and health in the workplace as every-day workers–this should seem obvious. This right entitles temporary workers to the same level of training and protection that full-time workers receive when exposed to workplace hazards or undertaking hazardous tasks. Recently, OSHA has expressed concerns Read the full article…

Temporary workers