5 Tips for Avoiding Job-Related Aches, Pains & Injuries

    Working in construction is physically demanding and, when temperatures are extreme and hours are long, can be grueling. To minimize physical wear and tear and to guard against unnecessary pain and injuries, it’s important to be proactive about your health...

    Tips for Staying Alert on the Job

    If anyone knows that strenuous work takes a toll on the body, construction workers do. It’s important to stay energetic to protect from accidents, injury, and long-term health issues. Follow these tips to stay alert on the job site:   ...

    Practicing Cell Phone Safety on the Job Site

    We’ve all heard about how cellphones can be dangerous – teenagers texting while driving is a perfect example. But what about cellphone dangers on the job? Used improperly or irresponsibly, cellphones can pose great risks to you and your coworkers....

    Now is the Time to Join New York City’s Construction Industry

    If you’re currently considering a job in the construction industry, New York City is the place to be! Throughout the five boroughs, construction job rates continue to reach new heights. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released a 2019 report that found...

    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...

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