Recruiting and Retaining Talent for Skilled Trades
One of the biggest challenges to recruiting the best talent for skilled labor opportunities is helping candidates see their earning potential and opportunity for advancement. But how do you attract and keep the best talent in the first place?
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, an average of 42 crane-related deaths occurred each year from 2011 to 2017, totaling 297 deaths. Private construction accounted for 43 percent of these deaths and most were preventable. Help your company minimize these unnecessary accidents.
Falling Object Safety During Outdoor Work
“Struck By” is a leading cause of fatal and non-fatal worker accidents, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It’s also one of OSHA’s “Fatal Four” causes of construction deaths. Learn what you can do on your job sites to minimize this enormous and expensive risk.
Equipment Maintenance Approaches that Improve Results
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) considers preventive maintenance a hazard control that helps prevent injuries in the workplace. OSHA requires manufacturers to establish equipment maintenance schedules to mitigate these potential hazards. But that’s when it starts to get complicated.
What to Do When Heat Hits the Jobsite
During the hottest season of the year, there are safety measures that can, and should, be taken by workers and employers. However, it’s not always clear why heat is dangerous and what employers should do to ensure a safe workplace, as it relates to temperature.