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Increase Employee Wellness in Construction

By Kevan Orvitz, Construction Executive Construction is an extremely demanding job, physically and mentally. Workers are required to use their bodies, often pushing themselves to... »

Improve Safety With Electronic Data Capture and Analysis

By Greg Norris, Construction Executive Paperwork tends to be despised on heavy construction sites, where crews and foremen would rather focus on building. That’s a... »

Think Safety First Near Railway Crossings

By: Brandon Kennedy, Traffic Designer, Sain Associates from Sain Associates blog Railway safety is a topic that cannot be emphasized enough for both the public and... »

Ready to Work: The Importance of Performing Preventive Maintenance and Inspection Tasks

By Scott Owyen, Construction Executive Aerial equipment, including booms, scissor lifts and telehandlers, are some of the most frequently used machines on jobsites. Because of... »

Five Essential Components of an Accident Response Plan

By Trey Fry, Construction Executive According to a November 2017 release from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace... »

How Contractors Can Build Their Reputation for Safety and Quality

By Bradford Wills, Construction Executive Construction starts continue to be on a steady rise, meaning contractors are taking on more projects with no additional labor... »

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