How to Protect Your Craftsmen against On-Site Noise
Drilling. Hammering. Sawing. Concrete Mixing. The noises on the construction site are endless. While on-site noise is inevitable, there are significant benefits to protecting your crew from hearing damage.
The Contractor’s Guide to Safety Performance Ratings
Keeping your crew safe is one of your most important responsibilities on the construction site. Learning how to manage your craftsmen and promote safety are the first steps to excelling in your safety performance ratings.
20 Tips for Proactive Safety Measures on the Construction Site
Knowing when and how to protect your craftsmen will go a long way to adhering to construction site safety. While OSHA and other governing organizations gives you safety standards to live by, there are proactive safety measures you can take to go the extra mile.
20 Ways to Prevent Construction Site Theft
Vandalism. Convenience theft. Copper stealing. You’ve heard the stories of construction site theft. Besides your craftsmen, protecting your equipment and tools are one of your biggest priorities.
Avoid Common Construction Site Accidents
Construction sites can be dangerous work environments, even with safety measures in place. In 2014, OSHA reported there were 874 deaths in the private sector of the construction industry. Nearly all of these deaths and injuries fall under the “Fatal Four” — falls, electrocution, struck-by objects and caught-in or between hazards.