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Most construction projects require a bit of digging and drilling into the ground. The earth has a way of burying treasure and history has plenty of uncovered mysteries. What many of us don’t realize is that construction workers can be uncovering history on any given day.Read this post
With SafetyCulture iAuditor, reports are easy to produce and display all your findings and information in a readable and professional format. There is so much customization you can do with your reports that you most likely did not realise was there.Read this post
In construction, there’s an alarming but little-known statistic: a construction worker is six times more likely to die from suicide than from a workplace accident. For construction workers under the age of 24, that risk is ten times more.Read this post
Each year, many people are either injured while working or develop medical diseases or conditions due to workplace exposures, but getting workers’ compensation can be a complex process if you’ve never navigated it before.Read this post
The construction industry is no different, and an effective induction can mean the difference between a safe and hazardous worksite. A busy construction site can present many potential dangers and showing someone the ropes isn’t always enough to avoid tragedy.Read this post
Today, SafetyCulture announced we have made viewing of Export Profiles available on our desktop platform. Using the profiles you have created within the SafetyCulture iAuditor app, you can select those same profiles and export PDF’s from your audits online.Read this post
During the initial phases of implementing checklists, across nearly every industry, there is opposition. It’s disconcerting to think that after years of training in a particular field and after all the experience that we’ve amassed at our jobs, they could be reduced to something as simple as a checkRead this post