The most common injury reported for workers over the age of 45 is musculoskeletal disorders, rather than workplace accidents. It seems, therefore, their abundant experience helps our older generation to avoid accidents. Their physical abilities, … about Can Age be a Factor in Jobsite Safety?
While inductions of plant and equipment are an important part of Australian workplace safety regulations for the construction industry, Procore users say it takes a considerable amount of time and they have limitations on how … about Equipment Management Product Helps Ensure Safety on Construction Sites
While construction companies need to focus on the “fatal four,” they also need to stay on top of emerging safety and health risks. Green jobs, new technologies, changes in business practices and in the workforce … about Getting Ahead of Unsuspecting Worker Safety Health & Risks
A proactive approach to good mental health is crucial for the construction industry, which sees a disproportionate number of its workforce affected by mental health issues. Those working in the construction industry are more than … about Getting On The Front Foot About Mental Health
Although there are things about construction jobsites that pose risks that are similar to those of any other type of work environment, there are also aspects that are unique to construction. Some of the unique … about Staying Healthy and Safe on the Jobsite
Whether inside or outdoors, our surroundings can have a profound impact not just on our mood, but our overall well-being. People seek peaceful respite in nature to re-energize and refresh their spirits, partly as a … about Designing Buildings for Wellness
Going to work for many people can be hazardous and even deadly. Canadian workers compensation boards reported that 904 workers died due to work-related causes and almost a quarter of a million workers reported lost-time … about Proven Ways to Keep Workers Safe
Successful safety managers help build support, keep employees engaged, and provide valuable information. They act as a bridge between employees and management, providing oversight and expertise.
The best safety managers live and breathe health and safety, and their passion shows through in their interactions with employees. Buy-in from workers and management are necessary for a successful safety program, along with open … about Top Habits of Successful Safety Managers
Every year, more than 2.5 million workers take a break from their job to participate in toolbox talks on fall prevention, performing safety equipment inspections, developing rescue plans, discussing job-specific hazards, and creating awareness of … about 4 OSHA Tips for a Successful Safety Stand-Down