Recent posts on industry news, insightful information and anecdotes.
In the midst of all of the fear and misinformation, we're working to gather all of the information you need on how to stay safe and respond to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).Read Blog Post
During this national crisis, we implemented health standards throughout our projects that are here to stay. We don’t go back to how we did business in the past; we continue implementing our site health and safety protocols that have been put in placeRead Blog Post
There are 3 scenarios we need to look at, “mandatory” use of the N95, “voluntary” use of the N95 and the “voluntary” use of a dust mask or a filtering facepiece.Read Blog Post
Encourage your staff to find as many safety violations items as possible during the week, correct, and log them on your inspection form. Praise them for having a long list of items that were found and corrected, and trust that over a period of time, if you work the process, the number of items found will decrease.Read Blog Post
Communication is not only key in a relationship but also between the controlling contractor and the steel erector prior to the beginning of operation.Read Blog Post
If the employees are not following our basic requirements for safety, whose fault is it? The Safety Professional is not in charge of the project and has no authority over the employees. Management should understand that if we have safety issues in our company, start looking at who’s running your house before you fault your safety failures on to the Safety Professional.Read Blog Post