5) Hispanic or Latino workers were slightly more likely to be killed at a road construction site than they were in all fatal workplace injuries.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Construction Site
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Confidential Source
- Confined Space
- Congenital Syphilis
- Congregation Secretary (Jehovah's Witnesses)
- Consadole Sapporo (Japanase sports club)
- Conseil Scientifique (French: Scientific Council)
- Conseiller a la Sécurité (French: Security Advisor)
- Consigne de Sécurité (French: Security Deposit)
- Constant Source
- Constraint Set
Samples in periodicals archive:
All work at Toktogul hydropower plant and construction site of Kambar-Ata-2 hydropower plant continues in accordance with the schedule, said Kyrgyz Energy Ministry to deny information that workers leave the construction site of Kambar-Ata-2 plant.
A portion of the map City Council member Brad Lander has launched an interactive map tracking stalled construction sites in his district, which comprises portions of southwestern Brooklyn, including Carroll Gardens, Park Slope, Gowanus and Windsor Terrace, according to Brownstoner.
Tower cranes are highly-engineered hoisting structures comprised of stacked steel tower mast sections assembled on the construction site where they are to be used.
Cappelli was recognized for its use of the cleaner burning ultra low sulfur diesel fuel and the new, cleaner 2005-2006 construction equipment at its Renaissance Square construction site at 221 Main Street in downtown White Plains.
RS: Local contractors did construction demonstrations and tours of a construction site at the campus.
The Sheriff's Department in San Bernardino County has begun installing tracking devices on heavier equipment such as cranes and Bobcats that are being stolen from one construction site and sold at another, building industry officials said.
That's when 53-year-old grandmother Mary Lightheart decided to invade the construction site and set up camp in one of the threatened oaks.