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Labor Shortages And Safety Issues

Labor Shortages And Safety Issues According to Association of Equipment Manufacturers, “there are around 11 million positions open, but 5 million fewer people employed than before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.” The current labor shortage is impacting all industries,…

U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Contractor Safety

For many contractors, federal construction projects are the top of the top. Working with the federal government offers contractors exposure to specialized projects and a foot in the door for future projects.  But from the federal government’s perspective, especially when…

Post-COVID Workplace Safety

The novel coronavirus continues to affect all businesses, including the building industry, causing many construction and manufacturing companies to consider what the post-COVID-19 world looks like and how they can reduce and manage its impact. While many architects, engineers, and…

PPE Safety Training

Creating a safe construction site is a joint responsibility of both the site managers and their crew. Employers must legally ensure their workforce has the proper equipment to stay safe on the worksite, but employees must actively participate in those…

Process Safety Management

OSHA’s most comprehensive chemical safety regulation is called Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals. This standard applies directly to companies with 10,000 lbs. of a hazardous or flammable chemical stored or used on-site.  Also, your company could be required…

Ensuring Safety On The Jobsite

Safety should always be any construction site manager’s number one priority. Here are some great tips for ensuring construction site safety. 6 Ways To Ensure Construction Site Safety 1. Identify the different tasks that will be required on the job…

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