Common Respiratory Dangers on Construction Jobsites

In the construction industry you rely on your body, so you know the importance of taking care of it the best you can. Glasses for your eyes, boots for your feet and gloves for your hands. But what are youRead The Full Article »

Building Design Impacts Slip/Trip/Fall Hazards

 Taking safety into account during the design stages Most commercial property owners work hard to make their premises safer by putting down mats between entryways and solid surfaces; promoting clean floors and appropriate footwear. And yet, slips, trips and fallsRead The Full Article »

Contractors On Job Heat Illness

Signs, symptoms and prevention tips We see you out there building our homes, paving our roads and maintaining our infrastructure. As a contractor, there isn’t much that slows you down. When a job is on the line, you and yourRead The Full Article »

Invalid Insurance Leads to Lawsuit in Building Collapse

Expired policy and misrepresentation end in disaster for contractor Six people were killed and another 14 were injured as the result of a building collapse in Philadelphia on June 6, 2013. A neighboring Salvation Army thrift store was also crushed.Read The Full Article »