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By Tania Clarke
August 23rd, 2016

A Look Inside A Safety Professional’s Career

Being a great safety professional means being able to listen, take action upon safety concerns, and feel real empathy towards fellow workers.

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By Tania Clarke
August 19th, 2016

Could You Be Falling Victim to Food Fraud?

We buy our food products blindly believing the package is telling us the truth. What if we told you they weren’t, and doing so deliberately. Food Fraud is the deliberate mislabeling of food products for financial gain.

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By Kelli Simpson
August 11th, 2016

The Hotel Checklist You Need To Gain the Edge in Brand Standards

Hospitality is seeing drastic changes in the market thanks to companies like Airbnb developing the sharing economy. Hotel brand managers are turning to guest services to differentiate their hotels. Incorporate these questions in audits to deliver a high quality experience for every guest every time.

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By Kelli Simpson
August 5th, 2016

Holding Your Supply Chain Accountable With Regular Auditing

Ensuring that each step of your supply chain adheres to the same compliance standards that your own facility adheres to saves money in potential fines and violations, but also helps organizations tighten up the supply chain and provide the highest quality goods to consumers. Especially in today’s global market, it is getting increasingly harder to …

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Mobility in Construction
Mobility in Construction
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By Liz Gonzalez
August 3rd, 2016

Safety Managers Using Mobile Devices on Construction Sites

Over the last few years, the task of managing construction projects has rapidly evolved with the introduction of new technologies like BIM, laser scanning, drones, virtual blueprints, and more. Construction companies are not only trying to keep up with the latest tools but are also faced with a skilled worker shortage still lingering from the recession. Delivering projects to clients on-time and in budget with a leaner staff and new technology poses a challenge for construction companies seeking to run smooth and safe projects.

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By Kelli Simpson
July 29th, 2016

How One Incident Changed This Safety Professional’s Life Forever

In this interview with Conrad Banez, Project Safety Manager at Level 10 Construction, we explore the incident that cost one man his life, but changed another man’s perspective on safety and likely saved hundreds of other lives as a result. This is why safety matters.

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offsite construction
offsite construction
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By Kelli Simpson
July 22nd, 2016

Is Off-Site Construction Right For You? 5 Questions To Help You Decide

Off-site construction is a large commitment for a firm and it requires the right systems and processes in place beforehand.

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Mobility in construction
Mobility in construction
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By Kelli Simpson
July 13th, 2016

OSHA Is Set To Increase Fines Beginning August 1st 2016

Beginning August 1st of 2016, OSHA’s maximum penalties will increase by 78% in order to account for inflation between 1990 and 2016.

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By Tania Clarke
June 30th, 2016

How The FAST Act Will Bring America’s Transportation Infrastructure Up To Speed

Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, FAST Act for short, is not your ordinary highway funding law. The Act accelerates new innovation and technology, propelling America forward in the process.

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Top 10 lean manufacturing myths. What are the most common lean manufacturing myths.
Top 10 lean manufacturing myths. What are the most common lean manufacturing myths.
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By Tania Clarke
June 9th, 2016

Top 10 Lean Manufacturing Myths

Lean manufacturing is the process of ‘lean thinking’ whereby companies make a conscious effort to eliminate waste or any activity that consumes resources without adding value in design, manufacturing, distribution, and customer service.

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