mental health in construction
mental health in construction
Category: Industry Trends
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By Kelli Simpson
May 11th, 2016

The Striking Role Mental Health Plays In Construction

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.

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safety induction, best ways to perform a safety induction, best safety induction
safety induction, best ways to perform a safety induction, best safety induction
Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By Tania Clarke
May 4th, 2016

10 Steps To An Effective Induction

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.

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safety culture
safety culture
Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By Kelli Simpson
April 28th, 2016

Causing a Cultural Shift With The Humble Checklist

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 check

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Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By Tania Clarke
April 26th, 2016

Lessons We Can Learn From Aviation Checklists

The transformation has been a critical shift in an industry where safety is the number one priority. Using checklists has made all the difference in this industry and aircraft accidents have been on a steady decline since the 1980’s, when checklists were developed for flight crews.

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Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By Kelli Simpson
April 19th, 2016

How Behavioral Safety Will Decrease Workplace Incidents

In order to elicit real change within an organization, like change in safety behavior, you must get buy in from each individual employee. By focusing on implementing new tools or processes, we can sometimes forget that addressing behavioral change is the the way to decrease safety incidents.

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digital checklists
digital checklists
Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By Kelli Simpson
April 13th, 2016

Why Paper Checklists Are Stunting Your Growth

You’re no longer using paper for project management, invoicing or to communicate with all the stakeholders involved in your business. Why would you continue to use paper checklists for safety or quality assurance?

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Category: SafetyCulture News
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By Tania Clarke
April 12th, 2016

Top Safety Award Winners Use SafetyCulture iAuditor

We are constantly receiving feedback that SafetyCulture iAuditor is making our users better at their jobs and even getting them promoted. Recently, we’ve seen that go one step further, with two of our users winning prestigious safety awards by implementing the SafetyCulture iAuditor app into their workplace.

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Category: iAuditor Tips
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By Tania Clarke
April 7th, 2016

How Teams Can Improve Efficiency With SafetyCulture iAuditor

When you have workers, contractors and clients to juggle for a project, things can get hectic very quickly. SafetyCulture is all about saving you time and cutting your inspection time in half by ditching the paper-based processes. A digital trail is secure and cost efficient.

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iAuditor safetyculture smart and dynamic fields
iAuditor safetyculture smart and dynamic fields
Category: iAuditor Tips
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By Tania Clarke
April 6th, 2016

Build Better Checklists: Smart Fields and Dynamic Fields 101

You already know that SafetyCulture iAuditor allows you to build digital checklists and inspections. What you may not know is that it’s not just an ordinary checklist building app.

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Category: Industry Trends
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By Kelli Simpson
April 5th, 2016

Increase Employee Engagement to Decrease Safety Incidents

A Gallup survey of 2015 revealed that only about 30% of Americans are actively engaged in their everyday work. Disengagement in an office setting leads to lower productivity and profit loss, but disengagement at a construction site could lead to employee injury or even graver consequences.

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