Because we take weather so personally, there are many folk sayings about it. Some are absolute hogwash; others are scientifically explainable.
Falling or moving objects disable more than 260,000 workers a year. Of every 100 workers hurt, 14 are struck by something falling or moving.
Kids love the magic of Halloween, but the COVID-19 pandemic meals Halloween may be a bit different this year.
We know our jobs and we know the rules… so what is the problem? Rules are rules and they apply all the time!
As most of us are aware, if we are fortunate, we have been given five senses (sight, smell, hearing, touch and taste).
During this pandemic, most of the construction industry has been classified by the government as essential and has been asked to keep working.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone and every aspect of our economy in different ways.
Mental health and wellness, though never included in Safety Week before, may be one of the biggest safety issues on our jobsites today.
“The minute you get away from fundamentals – whether its proper technique, work ethic or mental preparation – the bottom can fall out of your game, your school work, your job, whatever you’re doing.” (Michael Jordan)
This year’s Construction Safety Week (9/14-9/18) theme is Built on Safety.