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
The best safety managers live and breathe health and safety, and their passion shows through in their interactions with employees. Buy-in from workers and management are necessary for a successful safety program, along with open … about Top Habits of Successful Safety Managers
When it comes to managing attendance on a construction site, safety is of the utmost importance. It is especially true since a construction site is a high-risk environment, with more than 3,414 casualties having taken … about A Connected Jobsite Can Improve Safety
Managing workplace health and safety risks is fundamental in construction, still many other kinds of risks can compromise projects, profits, and reputations. They don’t always receive as much attention because they don’t always seem as … about How a Successful Risk Management Approach Can Save you Time and Money
Predictive analytics sounds complicated, and behind the scenes it is, but real world uses are easy to understand, and they make good business sense. And for construction companies, predictive analytics are offering the next step … about How Predictive Analytics Can Get You On The Path to An Incident-Free Jobsite
It is not just tougher policy that can tackle the risks of non-conforming building products and non-compliant product use. Everyone’s got a role to play.
Bay Area construction leaders shared what it’s like to run jobsites in the middle of a devastating pandemic. From staggered starts for field teams to using technology to capture vital health information, construction businesses are … about Bay Area Construction Experts Share Best Practices for Reopening Jobsites During COVID-19
On May 6 Procore held its “Best Practices for Keeping Field Teams Safe During COVID-19” webinar featuring two representatives from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) who shared their insights into the regulatory and … about Best Practices for Keeping Field Teams Safe During COVID-19
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From an update on construction work unemployment numbers to how companies are using data to make predictions, we've got you covered on all the industry … about Safety Tips for Returning to the Jobsite, COVID-19’s Real Impacts on Construction and Housing Market update
Times are currently tough due to COVID-19. However, it is possible to turn downtime into an upside, with numerous options for remote and online learning available.