Construction has always been a dangerous way to make a living, but the sudden arrival of COVID-19 took safety to a whole new level. Companies had to adapt and evolve quickly to keep their workers … about Safety Lessons Learned From 2020
Safety technology and best practices for general construction site safety have come a long way in recent years. However, by the numbers, construction still remains one of the most dangerous professions there is.
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.
Construction sites are rich targets for would-be thieves or vandals, so security cameras seem a must on the jobsite, either as a deterrent or to catch crooks in the act. But as camera technology has … about Construction Cameras are Doing Much More than Capturing Thieves
The hardhat has steadily evolved since it first became popular during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge in the 1930s. Initially made of canvas, they’ve since been made of everything from metal to fiberglass … about The Smart Hard Hat is Doing More than Keeping Workers Safe
Construction work remains one of the most dangerous occupations. Of the 5,333 people who died from work-related injuries in 2019, construction workers accounted for 1,061 of those deaths, the highest number of fatalities in the … about 5 of the Most Dangerous Jobs in Construction and the Technology Helping to Keep Them Safe
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.
There is an old saying in management circles—you are only as good as your last job. That is especially true in the construction industry, where there’s more to quality than just complying with construction code … about Six Reasons to Be Proactive about Quality
By any measure, 2020 was a year for the construction industry like no other. According to Deloitte, the year started off strong, with construction adding over $900 billion to the US economy in Q1 2020 … about A Look at How Covid-19 Changed the Construction Industry in 2020 and Beyond
The year 2020 was a rollercoaster for everyone in the construction industry—but not all the lessons of the year were harsh. Many have found some positives that are likely to result in longer-term changes in … about Australia Construction’s Lasting Lessons of 2020