Improve Job Site Safety With These 4 Tips

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The nature of ever-changing construction projects continues to make them some of the most dangerous in the workforce, typically leading in annual workplace deaths. This is a scary reminder of the importance of worksite safety procedures. While not every accident can be prevented, here are four ways you can improve your job site safety to… Read more »

5 Ways to Build Trust With Your Employees

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Without trust, your business will always be limited. Even if your employees work hard, you’ll never be as productive as you could be if you focused on earning their trust. Companies with a focus on building trust see more engaged employees with increased levels of efficiency. Consider it from your perspective – are you likely… Read more »

How to Keep Your Construction Employees Safe During Roadway Projects

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A construction job comes with many goals, like completing the project within the deadline, but safety is always the top priority. When a site is safe, workers are more productive and positive, creating a more efficient site. Plus, costs remain lower without incidents, and deadline extensions aren’t necessary. A roadway project brings additional safety issues,… Read more »

What to do If There’s an Accident on the Job Site

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Maintaining a safe job site is one of the top priorities for a construction company. There are procedures to follow and standards to measure against that help keep everyone accident-free on the job. Unfortunately, despite your best efforts, incidents can still occur. Here’s what to do if there’s an accident at your job site. Start… Read more »

5 Tips for Improving Employee Efficiency Workers

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Hours on the job don’t necessarily equate to efficient working. Even if an employee works longer than the standard 40 hours, it doesn’t mean he or she is actually being effective. If you’re noticing a disconnect between the hours your employees work and what is being produced, here are some tips to improve employee efficiency…. Read more »