How Will IoT Change Electrical Safety?
MAY 21, 2019 risk management
How Will IoT Change Electrical Safety? ​Workers are exposed to numerous potential electrical hazards on a daily basis. Most commonly, electrical installation, repairs, testing of fixtures and equipment, inspection and maintenance activities put workers at risk. Of these workers, engineers, electricians and overhead line workers are most commonly exposed to these hazards — thus they are most likely to experience electrocution if proper precautions are not followed. Read More
Picture this: Radar and LIDAR on the jobsite
MAY 07, 2019 construction
Picture this: Radar and LIDAR on the jobsite Autonomous vehicles are developing quickly because of the economic gains they can generate. The construction industry is taking advantage of this progress, and is also moving closer to widespread self-driving construction vehicles. Read More
Do You Have the Right Protection for Your Business? Three Things to Consider About Your Insurance
APR 19, 2019
Do You Have the Right Protection for Your Business? Three Things to Consider About Your Insurance

Your car gets an oil change every 5,000 miles. You probably see your doctor for an annual physical. How often do you review your business insurance to make sure you have the best protection for your company?

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The Big Benefits of 3D Tool and Dye Printing
APR 10, 2019 manufacturing
The Big Benefits of 3D Tool and Dye Printing To make one requires many — at least in traditional tool and dye printing. The process of making tools is difficult. It’s expensive and often tedious because of the complex part requirements. Sometimes, multiple intricate parts are required to make a single tool. Read More
House Calls: How Telemedicine is Transforming Healthcare
APR 04, 2019 Anne Marie May and Kevin Korte workers compensation
House Calls: How Telemedicine is Transforming Healthcare Approximately seven million patients will use telemedicine by the end of 2019, according to Chiron Health. Read More
100 Years of Hard Hats
MAR 25, 2019 Ed Sowers, Risk Management Specialist construction, risk management
100 Years of Hard Hats ​When World War I came to a close, E.W. Bullard returned to the United States with very few possessions but a steel helmet. Upon his arrival home, he presented this headwear to his father, the owner of E.D. Bullard Company, as an alternative to the leather safety hats they manufactured.  From there, the modern hard hat was born. Read More
The Need For Eye Safety is Clear to See
MAR 18, 2019
The Need For Eye Safety is Clear to See It’s Workplace Eye Wellness Month. Do you know how to effectively use eye protection in industrial settings? Keep reading to protect yourself and your employees. Read More
International Women's Day
MAR 08, 2019
International Women's Day Today, March 8, 2019, is International Women’s Day. The global holiday was created to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This year’s theme, #BalanceForBetter, focuses on accelerating a gender-balanced workforce to enhance businesses and the world. Read More
Celebrate Women in Construction Week
MAR 06, 2019 construction
Celebrate Women in Construction Week ​This week, March 3 to 9, 2019, is Women in Construction (WIC) Week. The week, hosted by the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), is designed to highlight women as a viable component of the construction industry, raise awareness of the opportunities available for women and emphasize the growing role of women in the industry. In honor of WIC Week, check out these ways to celebrate and show awareness. Read More
How Will Phase Change Materials Affect the Future of Concrete?
FEB 27, 2019 construction, market trends
How Will Phase Change Materials Affect the Future of Concrete? Winter is upon us, and in many parts of the United States, this means significant amounts of snow and ice. Winter weather conditions can wreak havoc on roadways — especially when they can’t be plowed in a timely manner. But, what if that could change? With phase change materials, roads may soon be able to clear themselves. Read More
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