Category: Industry Trends
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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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Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By Tania Clarke
July 28th, 2016

Using 3D Animated Videos To Improve Workplace Safety & Training

3D games are all the rage, with Pokemon GO sweeping the world as one of the most popular games boasting over 9.5 million active users. Despite the Pokemon GO phenomenon, AR isn’t just for video games. The business world is increasingly catching wind of its potential.

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offsite construction
offsite construction
Category: Industry Trends
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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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Category: SafetyCulture News
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By Tania Clarke
July 15th, 2016

Level 10 Construction Builds San Francisco Skyscraper with Safety in Mind

How one general contractor company took safety measures to the next level.

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Mobility in construction
Mobility in construction
Category: Industry Trends
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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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Category: Industry Trends
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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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Avoid the fatal four in construction and prevent, falls, electrocutions, accidents and incidents through these tips.
Avoid the fatal four in construction and prevent, falls, electrocutions, accidents and incidents through these tips.
Category: Industry Trends
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By Tania Clarke
June 2nd, 2016

Avoiding The Fatal Four In Construction

In 2014, 20.5% of all worker fatalities were in construction. That equates to one in five worker deaths last year. Of those construction fatalities, a full 58% were comprised of the “fatal four” causes; falls, being caught between objects, electrocution and being struck by an object.

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Most dangerous jobs worldwide in the United States
Most dangerous jobs worldwide in the United States
Category: Industry Trends
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By Tania Clarke
May 31st, 2016

Most Dangerous Jobs in the United States [Infographic]

In 2014, the United States suffered from 4,679 fatal work injuries. On average that is 13 deaths per day. Surprisingly, some of the most dangerous jobs also have the lowest annual salaries. The infographic below investigates the top dangerous jobs in the United States.

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Category: Industry Trends
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By Tania Clarke
May 20th, 2016

8 Ridiculous Things Safety Managers Hear

Empowering employees to adopt new safety practices can be a safety manager’s greatest challenge. What one person considers unsafe or dangerous, another person may view as acceptable.

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10 strangest things found on construction sites. A world war two bomb is pictured with a soldier investigating.
10 strangest things found on construction sites. A world war two bomb is pictured with a soldier investigating.
Category: Industry Trends
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By Tania Clarke
May 17th, 2016

10 Strangest Things Found on Construction Sites

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.

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