Is Your Jobsite Compliant? [QUIZ]

July 24, 2018

If you’re a construction manager, safety should be your top concern. But for many construction projects, compliance is an ideal, not a necessity.

No one likes to be micromanaged, but when it comes to jobsite compliance, you really can never be too careful. Noncompliance could cost your project time, money, resources, and above all, the lives of your workers.

In 2016 alone, there were 5,190 construction jobsite fatalities – or 99 deaths per week. And when you look at it that way, you really can’t afford not to take jobsite compliance seriously.

Jobsite compliance isn’t as simple as throwing on a hard hat and calling it a day. OSHA’s compliance rules cover every single aspect of jobsite health and safety –– from height protection requirements to housekeeping and sanitation regulations, OSHA’s jobsite compliance guidelines are meant to prepare you and your workers for every kind of disaster or potential injury possible.

With the amount of compliance regulations published each year, it’s understandable how your working knowledge of jobsite compliance could be a little rusty.

Test yourself with this quick compliance quiz, and find out how well you’re doing at managing jobsite safety.

 

 

Looking Ahead

So, how’d you do? Whether you scored top marks or you need a serious refresher on jobsite safety, knowledge of compliance regulations and implementation are different beasts. The best way to make sure you’re keeping up with jobsite compliance is to employ a labor management system that can automate the process.

A broad-ranging, fully integrated system can help you oversee site access control, worker coordination, and safety management, ensuring that everyone and everything is where they should be, when they should be. When you have the power of technology on your side, jobsite compliance can take its rightful place as an essential factor of your project.

 

 

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