Category: construction protection

Tips for Making a Construction Site Safer

When setting up a construction site, one of the most important aspects of it is safety. Of course, you want to make sure that you have all of the equipment that you’ll need on site. You will also want to set the site up so that your employees can be as efficient as possible and… Read more »

Quick Fixes for Cracks in Your Driveway

Even though it is one of the strongest building materials, concrete is still susceptible to cracking, especially after extremely cold or wet conditions. These cracks can leave driveways, stairs and foundations not looking as great as they used to. If this is the case at your property, here are some tips to help repair some… Read more »

Contractor Jobsite Safety Measures

Construction work can be considered anything but fully safe. Dizzying heights, powerful machinery and sharp tools make for an environment not exactly suited for a child. The employers are required by law to oversee the safety and security of their workers. But the workers need to keep in mind a lot of precautions themselves when… Read more »

The Top Inherent Dangers to Construction Workers

We all know construction work is tough, dangerous work. Since even before the dawn of the industrial revolution, when steel manufacturing took-off and the quintessential I-beam-laden construction site was born, builders were exposed to inherent danger.   Thankfully since the 19th century, we have seen the advent of the hardhat, noise protection and safety harnesses…. Read more »