Health & Safety Manager

Resources for Construction Health and Safety Managers

  • Safety Pays: Chatting with the Safest Construction Company In America

    Safety Pays: Chatting with the Safest Construction Company In America

    Safety is one of the biggest challenges in construction, so maintaining an impeccable safety record is an impressive feat.

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  • Can You Really Run a Jobsite From Your Phone?

    Can You Really Run a Jobsite From Your Phone?

    Nearly every aspect of modern society is being impacted by the “mobile first” revolution. But, can jobsite management be counted in that number? The answer may surprise you.

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  • The General Contractor's Guide to the Modern Connected Jobsite

    The General Contractor's Guide to the Modern Connected Jobsite

    This guide explores general contractor responsibilities, customer expectations, the concept of “the connected jobsite”, and the tools a GC should have in their virtual “toolbox” to optimize projects.

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  • How Does NYC’s Construction Safety Training Law (LL196) Impact You?

    How Does NYC’s Construction Safety Training Law (LL196) Impact You?

    The Construction Safety Act of 2017 includes laws and regulations that went into effect on October 16, 2017, affecting many construction projects across New York City’s five boroughs.

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  • 10 Tips for a Safer Building Construction Site

    10 Tips for a Safer Building Construction Site

    Follow these tips to make sure your building construction site is as safe as possible.

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  • 4 Ways Labor Management Software Can Help Avoid OSHA Violations

    4 Ways Labor Management Software Can Help Avoid OSHA Violations

    Effective workforce management is the first line of defense against OSHA fines. Learn how to streamline OSHA compliance through labor tracking software.

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  • What Could the New Fire Safety Standards Mean for Your Business?

    What Could the New Fire Safety Standards Mean for Your Business?

    There are over 275 codes and standards currently listed under the NFPA-1, and an even larger, new set of fire safety standards is currently being developed. What will this mean for construction?

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  • Mobile App Cuts Crashes In Construction Zones

    Mobile App Cuts Crashes In Construction Zones

    Speed and distraction contribute to fatal crashes in construction, often because drivers don’t know they’re coming upon a construction zone and must modify their driving.

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  • Taking the Shock Out of Earthquake Monitoring

    Taking the Shock Out of Earthquake Monitoring

    With the goal of taking all precautions necessary to protect people, buildings, and infrastructure, seismic monitoring is taking a front seat for particular structures.

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  • Is Your Jobsite Compliant? [QUIZ]

    Is Your Jobsite Compliant? [QUIZ]

    Jobsite compliance isn’t just a buzzword –– it could be the difference between life and death. Take our quiz to find out how compliant your construction jobsite really is.

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  • Using Technology to Handle Jobsite Emergencies

    Using Technology to Handle Jobsite Emergencies

    You can’t always control a jobsite — there will inevitably be circumstances that throw projects for a loop. That’s why it’s important to set several precautions to handle jobsite emergencies.

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  • 3 Costly Effects of Poor Jobsite Access Control

    3 Costly Effects of Poor Jobsite Access Control

    As a safety or security manager responsible for the health of dozens of workers and equipment valued in the thousands, you don’t have an easy job. In fact, it’s one of the most difficult jobs there is

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  • Why Specify "Access Control" in Your Construction Bids?

    Why Specify "Access Control" in Your Construction Bids?

    Are you properly protecting your construction workers from hazardous conditions? Learn why access control should be a priority during estimation and project bidding.

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  • Jobsite Access Control: How to Know Who's Really Onsite

    Jobsite Access Control: How to Know Who's Really Onsite

    Safety managers, project managers, engineers, and superintendents know that access control comes down to three seemingly simple factors —  the Three W's of Labor Tracking.

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  • Top 5 Features of an Access Control System

    Top 5 Features of an Access Control System

    Considering a construction access control system? You’ll need to know what to look for. These are the five most essential features to keep your workers safe and your project successful.

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  • Hyatt Regency Walkway Collapse: The Deadly Consequences of Design Negligence [Video]

    Hyatt Regency Walkway Collapse: The Deadly Consequences of Design Negligence [Video]

    The Hyatt Regency walkway collapse was one of the most deadly structural collapses in American history. What contributed to this tragedy, and what role did faulty design play?

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  • What is OSHA 10?

    What is OSHA 10?

    For anyone who has ever worked around large machinery, familiarity with OSHA standards isn’t just commonplace— it’s a requirement. So how do you prove you're compliant? That’s where OSHA 10 comes in.

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  • The OSHA Certification Myth: How to Monitor Worker Documentation

    The OSHA Certification Myth: How to Monitor Worker Documentation

    What does it mean to be “OSHA certified?” Learn about the levels of OSHA certification and why monitoring worker documentation will save you costly compliance violations.

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  • Unauthorized Jobsite Access Could Be The Safety Risk You've Forgotten

    Unauthorized Jobsite Access Could Be The Safety Risk You've Forgotten

    Unauthorized jobsite access compromises safety and security. It could even be the safety risk you weren’t thinking about. Read on to learn how safety managers can improve public safety in construction

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  • OSHA Standards 101: How to Maintain Safety Compliance

    OSHA Standards 101: How to Maintain Safety Compliance

    Learn the ins-and-outs of OSHA standards how to improve job site safety, and why you need technology to make your construction project safer.

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