Tag: Construction Industry

How to Reduce Unnecessary Costs on Your Job Site

Managing a job site involves constant oversight and can be costly due to the various components involved. However, careful planning and strategic decision-making can help reduce expenses. Here are some effective ways to increase efficiency and minimize unnecessary expenses on your job site! Prioritize Proper Training To avoid unnecessary costs, ensuring that all employees receive… Read more »

What Should Be Labeled at a Construction Site?

Set of Construction sign (warning, site safety, use hard hat,children must not play on this site, no admittance to unauthorized personnel, safety hard helmet, boots and vest must worn at all times)

There’s no sugar coating it; construction sites are dangerous, subjecting workers to many risks. Along with worker accidents comes legal risks of liability for your construction business. By properly labeling things at your worksite that have the potential to be harmful, you can significantly reduce the number of dangerous risks and accidents. Here are a… Read more »

OSHA Extends Crane Operator Compliance Deadline for Some Employers

Construction Worker Directing a Crane

In June of last year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a notice of proposed rulemaking which notified employers of several impending changes to its rules governing crane operator certifications. After weighing feedback from industry stakeholders, OSHA published its final ruling a few months later in November.   Under the terms of its… Read more »