The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has begun aggressively enforcing its respirable silica standard.
On January 1, 2018, California’s Assembly Bill 1701 (AB 1701) went into effect. That means contractors are now jointly responsible for their subcontractors’ failure to pay their workers. And that’s even if the general contractor has paid the subcontractor.
Earthquake, flood, fire, lightning strikes—disaster can taken many forms, and can strike at any time. How can you help your workers to prepare—and recover?
“Green” construction is no trend: it’s an industry-wide shift. These green construction technologies could make your company more productive.
It’s common knowledge that construction is one of the most dangerous industries in the United States. Usually when we broach the subject, we focus on the physical risks–but mental heath is also a big issue.It’s common knowledge that construction is one of the most dangerous industries in the United States. Usually when we broach the […]
Work injuries involving transportation incidents accounted for 40% of work-related deaths in 2016–and construction is one of the riskiest industries in the United States. That gives your construction business an excellent reason to observe Distracted Driving Awareness Month this April.
We all know it to be true: construction is one of the industries that puts its workers at highest risk for injury. So it probably isn’t surprising that workers in the construction industry are also at high risk for traumatic brain injury.
As you start off the new year, why not make fraud prevention and detection one of your big business goals?
Even if January weren’t Get Organized Month, we would recommend that you take some time now, at the very start of the new year, to review a few key areas of your business and make sure that you get 2018 off to a great start.
It’s the perfect time of year for a commercial insurance review, and making updates to protect your equipment, your workers, and your company as a whole.