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NDA: National Demolition Association
National Demolition Association represents U.S. and Canadian companies that offer standard demolition services as well as a full range of demolition-related services and products. They provide members information on the latest advances in equipment and services as well as educational programs and tools to stay abreast of regulatory and safety matters.
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Demolition Magazine: Industry Magazine
Demolition magazine is the voice of the National Demolition Association. It is a bimonthly publication highlighting the work that demolition contractors perform, and is a resource for the industry, providing information on regulatory affairs, occupational safety & health, legal issues, environmental matters and new technologies.

PD World: Magazine For Concrete Demolition & Recycling Industry
PDWorld is an international website for the concrete sawing and drilling, demolition and recycling industry.
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WorkSafe BC: BC Resources On Restoration, Renovation & Demolition Safety
WorkSafe BC provides links to health and safety information and resources for work in restoration, renovation, and demolition. To reduce the potential for injury or disease, it's important to manage the risks and hazards in your workplace. Learn more about common risks and hazards in your industry, or follow the links to these related topics.

GBA: Tips From A Commercial Demolition Company
Green Building Advisor says residential demolition contractors can learn a few things from contractors who tear down large commercial buildings.

Purdue Univ: Purchasable Book On Demolition Practices & Technology
Purdue University Press and US National Demolition Association publication Demolition: Practices, Technology, and Management is a repository of basic demolition knowledge, best practices, and standards. It defines what modern demolition contractors do and describes an increasingly complex business that requires knowledge of construction, law, nearly every aspect of engineering, and a maze of environmental regulations. It will be of value to the university community, the construction industry, as well as regulators as to the skills, training, and experience that are needed to be a demolition professional. $75 USD

WorkSafe BC: Information & Resources On Blasting Safety
WorkSafe BC provides information and resources on safely while performing blasting operations, as well as how to become a certified blaster in BC.
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