While summer surges with opportunities for new construction, it also comes with more occupational hazards. Take care of yourself and your workers in the heat. Learn the signs of heat-related illness and what to do in case of an emergency.
Now is the time to prepare for hurricanes and severe weather. Hurricane season begins on June 1st and 2021 is predicted to be an above average season. Before the storms hit, stock up on generators, gloves, buckets, and lighting- everything you need to prep your site and clean up once skies have cleared. Get ahead of the storm, don't get caught unprepared.
Now that things are starting to get back to normal, we know you are trying to find the best routine that works for your crews. Here are some suggestions to remain efficient and still meet the new rigorous standards.
In the previous seven posts, we've covered a wide range of topics. As the landscape has changed, product availability has continued to fluctuate. We're offering a recap of our previous posts and updates on the changing supply chain.
Whether at home or at work, it is possible that one or more of your employees will contract the Coronavirus. Particularly worrisome is how long the individual may have been sick before showing symptoms, and how easily infection is transmitted to others.