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.
While construction companies need to focus on the “fatal four,” they also need to stay on top of emerging safety and health risks. Green jobs, new technologies, changes in business practices and in the workforce … about Getting Ahead of Unsuspecting Worker Safety Health & Risks
It’s nice to think we can go about it alone. Perhaps that is a possibility, but it will take an extremely long time to achieve the end goal. You don’t need to look far for … about Why Mentoring Matters
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
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
The following are some of the latest protocols being recommended and adopted to keep construction workers and the public safe.
The culturally mixed nature of the construction project is one of the industry’s strengths. But as the COVID-19 virus makes its way around the globe, the inter-cultural jobsite may be something else, as well—a truly … about Building Communication in the Age of COVID-19
Four construction industry leaders recently participated in the first of a series of webinars entitled: “Procore Customer Roundtable: We’re in This Together." The presenters weighed in on COVID-19, how they’re dealing with its impact, and … about We’re in this Together: Construction Leaders Discuss COVID-19 Impacts and What May Lie Ahead
Navigating your construction projects in the best of times can be demanding. While you can’t entirely control what happens in this currently unpredictable environment, you can be proactive.
Construction work has its own set of complications when you’re trying to build a team with good attitudes and good morale. Start by focusing on a few prominent factors.