When a construction company needs to introduce new approaches to safety, quality or productivity, the champions who lead from within are an asset. You probably already have them—the key is letting them shine.
One of the hardest things for many employees is to say, “I don’t know”. In construction, the reluctance to ask for further information or clarification can not only reduce innovation; it can actually be a … about Why A Learning Culture Improves Safety And Quality On The Job Site
The construction industry presents a vast array of opportunities to innovate through the application of Machine Learning. Not only will it make construction more efficient and innovative, the ability to capture and analyse project trends … about How Machine Learning Will Raise the Bar on Construction Safety and Performance
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In response to an erosion of public confidence following several high-profile issues with apartment buildings in New South Wales, the construction industry is increasing its collaboration with regulators, property owners, and building occupiers to ensure … about Building Reforms 2021: The Quality Conversation
Safety stand-down practices are often overlooked on jobsites, which can lead to injuries and work disruptions. See OSHA's best practice tips.
There is plenty of talk about safety in construction. While many safety efforts aim to reduce costs, people are also discussing the greater benefit of reducing pain and suffering.
For Scott Construction, company values aren’t just platitudes that hang on the wall in the break room. They represent an authentic reflection of the company culture as a whole, and they are part of what’s … about A People-First Culture Brings Scott Construction Through Crisis
Many of Australia’s construction companies rely on a fleet of subcontractors and installers to help them build. Everyone involved in a construction project needs to understand compliance—and stay ahead of what seems like a never-ending … about How Solgen Energy Stays Ahead of the Compliance Curve
While no known technology can guarantee no damage to a building in an explosion, there are a few methods and materials in use today that can help minimize injury and loss of life.