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Construction Workers and Contractors: Get the Latest High Tech Gadgets for Your Job Site

As technology continues to improve, many companies are creating the latest high tech gadgets to provide the best quality for their clients’ work. Some companies are doing this by providing construction workers and contractors the most up-to-date equipment to bring safety and success to each job site.

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Toolbox Talk: Portable Ladder Safety

Falls are the leading cause of death in construction and every year, falls from ladders make up nearly a third of those deaths. These deaths are preventable. Falls from ladders can be prevented and lives can be saved by following the safe work practices described below.

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Ways to Improve Construction Worker Safety on all Construction Sites

As construction season continues into its peak time, it is important for construction companies to make sure their employees are safe at all times. Without proper training and appropraite tools, construction worker safety can be jeopardized. Here are some ways to make sure construction sites are in tip-top shape for construction workers.

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How to Improve Job Site Communication for Your Construction Workers

Good communication is a key factor in the completion of a construction project. Improve teamwork and cooperation are some benefits when construction workers and management effectively communicate. Following are some suggestions on how to foster effective job site communication.

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Increase work site productivity

Construction projects are a huge undertaking, and the bottom line is that there is a lot to be done and the client is looking for the best product for their money. Delivering the best product is key and lies heavily on construction site productivity and the ability to accomplish the project quickly. Here are a few ways to improve your construction site productivity to help deliver the best product for the contractor.

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Construction worker Blues: How Heat-Related Illnesses Can Hurt Anyone

Summer is not only the hottest season, but the time when construction begins. With the rising temperatures, construction workers may become too busy to take an extra break to get out of the sun and hydrate. Teaching employees how to spot when a coworker is suffering from any heat-related illness can be vital to prevent serious injuries or death.

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