Re: Moisture readings and staying on schedule About five years ago, at a local, large construction site, a worker fell from a height great enough that it killed him. I believe he was hispanic, don't know if he was here legally or not. Within a few days, OSHA responded with several investigators, and a week or two later many of their agents (whatever they're called) came to the area and started spot-checking local companies, citing them for violations, and shutting down some crews. Most were violations like too many extension cords on one receptacle, failure to wear steel soled shoes, etc. Some of them had violations that added up to thousands of dollars in fines, which I'm sure were knocked down considerably in court at a later time. I never saw anyone from OSHA, and they haven't been back since that I know of. No companies were put out of business, nobody went to jail. So apparently that's what it takes to get the government to take interest: someone must die. And that's what happens as a result of their interest. Fines, then business as usual.