On the job, you and your workers’ safety should be the number one priority. Pros come in contact with dangerous tools and situations with your work. Many of us know common safety precautions, but accidents can happen and you should be prepared if they do. Here is what you need to know to best handle injuries on the job site. CONTINUE READING
After a long day on the job, you stand back and look at the work accomplished. But, it’s not time to leave quite yet. Part of ending the day’s work should always be cleaning up the job site. Of course, this is the last thing any of us want to do, but it’s essential to your business.
Here are three reasons why keeping the job site clean can improve your business and a few tips to help. CONTINUE READING
When technology and the construction industry collide, there’s no telling what can happen. The latest discoveries include hot new devices that are both changing and disrupting the business as we know it.
If you fear technology or have been slow to accept it, then I suggest you change your outlook because it’s not going away. It’s time you consider learning more about today’s tech developments and how they can help you do your job better. See the latest tough and rugged devices for construction and how they’re aiding in safety, efficiency and workflow. CONTINUE READING
As a contractor, you’ve likely heard a lot about safety. You remember the 4-to-1 ladder rule and to wear protective gear on the job site. But as a business owner, it’s important that you think beyond just physical safety. Financial safety is just as vital for all contractors. CONTINUE READING
In a recent study by HomeAdvisor, 76% of construction business owners anticipate difficulties finding new employees, even though jobs are available. This is due to a new generation, the millennials, entering the workforce and not desiring to work in construction. CONTINUE READING
As a new generation enters the workforce, another begins to leave. For the construction industry, this can present challenges for contractors. The industry is struggling to retain new, young workers as an older generation of skilled craftsman start to leave the field. CONTINUE READING