Construction is an industry that is fraught with danger. Construction workers are at risk of injury from various sources, including falls, electrocution, and crushing.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has regulations in place to ensure that construction sites are safe for workers. OSHA also provides a construction safety checklist to help identify potential hazards on the site before they become an issue.

Illinois has stricter construction safety regulations than any other state. To ensure compliance with these regulations, it is important to have a safety checklist that employees can use to identify any potential hazards.

TITAN is a premier safety management services provider with an unmatched track record of working with major construction companies to implement safety regulations.

At TITAN, we prioritize the safety of construction sites. We partner with you to survey your construction site and then create a plan customized to your needs. It includes implementing appropriate OSHA-approved PPE and any other protection equipment needed. Our goal is quality assurance because we know that's what you expect.

We believe that safety should be your number one priority for construction sites. For this reason, we hold our employees accountable for their work, encourage them to report any issues or concerns they may have, and make it a point to keep your site safe.

Our training program is designed so that you are trained how to do the job safely, and you're also able to grow your career. Our commitment to professional development helps cultivate a healthy work environment for all our workers. Our online training program ensures that you are trained to deal with any situation.


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a federal agency that regulates safety in the workplace. OSHA has guidelines for construction sites in Illinois.

OSHA requires employers to provide safe working conditions for their employees. This includes providing safety equipment, training, and a safe place to work. Employers must also ensure that there is no exposure to hazardous chemicals or other occupational hazards that can cause illness or injury.

The safety and health officer are responsible for all matters related to company policies on safety and health. They are the ones who oversee that all construction sites comply with federal, state, local, and company health and safety standards.