Answers in the palm of your hand Who better to meet the needs of the home builder than the organization that represents more than 200, 000 home builders countrywide? The NAHB has collected all the of its industry expertise into one comprehensive resource just for your needs. This quick-answer guidebook helps you problem-solve in every area of your business life. You get solutions that streamline your work, cut costs, and save you time in the office and on site. Look behind this cover for: *Checklists, up-to-date code information, and technical data, in an at-a-glance format *Budget-sparing safety and regulatory solutions *Tested guidelines for estimating, scheduling, quality control, and boosting sales *A handy set of personalized management, accounting, and business tools just for home builders *Reliable guidance on contractual and legal issues ALL-IN-ONE HOME BUILDER'S RESOURCEOSHA. REGULATIONS. FOR. THE. HOME-BUILDING. INDUSTRY. Since the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Act was enacted in 1971, employers engaged in residential construction have been subject to OSHA requirements. ... A sample safety program is included in Appendix C. OSHA RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS Introduction The main recordkeeping requirement, anbsp;...
|Title||:||NAHB Home Builder's Handbook|
|Author||:||National Association of Home Builders of the United States|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2001|