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Safety is more than an obligation: it’s a mindset. At Structure Tone New York, safety also means looking out for one another, particularly during projects, resulting in minimal injuries and incidents on jobsites.
Cranes, of course, are used for all kinds of purposes in construction, from erecting the core and shell components of a building to lifting mechanical units or supplies to a building’s roof. But when and how to safely plan the actual lift is a process unto itself—one that requires extremely detailed planning and a critical focus on safety.
It’s Hurricane Season, and we know that the best time to prepare for a storm is before it’s even in the forecast.
Marc Reeves, Ajax Building Company’s Florida-based director of safety and risk management, offers the following tips on keeping the flow of communication going if a storm is on the way.
Machine learning takes safety to the next level. Construction technology expert Michael “MC” Contreras shares how we’re training AI to make the jobsite even safer.
Although mental health awareness is at an all-time high, it continues to be referred to as “the silent epidemic” within the construction industry. And while this is certainly concerning from an employee health and wellness perspective, it is also inextricably tied to safety on the jobsite. Here, Structure Tone Dublin environmental health and safety director Fiona O’Reilly explains the deep connections between mental health and safety and how she and the STOBG Mental Health & Well-Being Committee have raised awareness and taken action to prioritize mental health.
Safety is more than an obligation—it’s a mindset. At RC Andersen, safety also means looking out for one another, specifically on job sites, resulting in minimal injuries and incidents on project sites—a true testament to the company’s Safety 360° culture.