Safety in the construction industry isn’t something you learn overnight. Great safety leaders are born from decades of experience, on-site and in managerial roles, with plenty of life lessons in between.
With winter approaching and cases of COVID-19 on the rise, construction employers and workers are looking nervously into the future. Since much of the work is done outside, workers can take steps to social distance … about Keeping Canadian Workers Safe During COVID-19
Historically, the construction sector has faced higher work-related injuries and costs than any other industry. However, the days of building with outdated quality and safety standards and expecting improved outcomes are long gone. If you … about How to Double Your Safety Benchmarks
While most states and territories in Australia have already loosened restrictions on movement and business activity due to low or zero levels of COVID-19 community transmission, Victoria has not been so lucky.
Canadians are coming to realize the far-reaching impacts of psychological well-being, and so governments, employees, and individuals are doing more to spread understanding and support workers suffering from poor mental health.
One of the most common job safety analysis misconceptions is that JSA procedures, and safety in general, are a separate part of the job. In actuality, job safety analysis exists to integrate safety into every … about What’s a JSA and Why You Need it on Your Jobsite
If construction project risk has you running for cover, you have to first understand it and then know how to manage it.
“Trustworthy buildings” are a goal the entire construction industry needs to achieve, according to NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler,. There are several aspects to this, and major payoffs to be had in terms of productivity, … about Making a Building “Trustworthy” And How to Deliver One
In an effort to promote safe and healthy workplace as businesses across the country are reopening, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently released its recommendations to help construction workers and employers avoid exposure … about OSHA Releases COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines for Construction
Hot weather poses serious health risks for people working in construction. Early signs suggesting something is wrong include heat rash and heat cramps. If the body doesn't get cooled down, heat exhaustion sets in. At … about How to Keep Your Cool on Jobsites This Summer