Personal Protective Equipment: What You Need to Know

    Construction sites are rife with accidents waiting to happen. Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, is a worker’s main defense against dangerous onsite injuries. Know the six basic areas you need to protect: Head Protection Hard hats are a must on...

    5 Tips to Advance Your Construction Career

    If you work in the construction industry and hope to build a career in the field, you’ll want to have a plan. With any construction project, the finished product is only as good as its blueprint; the same goes for...

    5 Ways to Sharpen On Site Time Management Skills

    Efficiency is the key to success in the construction industry. Completing a job quickly and without error earns construction workers a top-notch reputation. Stay on top of your game with these on-site time management tips: Set Your Goals Before beginning...

    Avoiding the Four Most Common Causes of Construction Accidents

    Staying safe on the job site should be a construction worker’s number one priority. OSHA’s “Fatal Four” highlights the leading causes of construction accidents – and offers guidelines on how to prevent them. Falls Although easily avoidable, falls – especially...

    Heavy Equipment Do’s and Don’ts

    From backhoes to excavators, construction workers know how important heavy equipment is on the jobsite. Review the safety basics of heavy equipment with these do’s and don’ts:    DO: Communicate Job sites are loud and have many moving parts. When...

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