2018 OSHSPA REPORT
State plan activities of the Occupational Safety and Health State Plan AssociationsConstruction
Construction work has experienced sustained employment increases in New Mexico, including a 9.6 percent growth rate over the past year. Serious hazards, including falls and struck by objects, continue to result in serious injuries and fatal accidents. Through enforcement efforts and intervention activities to increase awareness, the state plan has
affected reductions in injury and fatality rates in the industry.
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The first NM OSHA awards for achieving outstanding safety excellence were presented to the Associated General Contractors New Mexico Building Branch Construction Health and Safety Excellence Partnership and the Associated Contractors of New Mexico Heavy Highway Construction Safety Partnership.