Even with current work zone safety guidelines, more than 100 workers die at road construction sites every year, according to a recent survey. Read more
Contractors of all types and sizes manage their business in the face of significant risk. On a daily basis, there is the potential for the unexpected. Although few contractors forget to follow on-the job safety procedures, some make a bigger mistake of allowing a lapse in insurance coverage, which could lead to large out-of-pocket payouts or even bankruptcy. Read more
With heavy, dangerous machinery at every turn, contractors can’t afford to lose their focus at a job site. It can be challenging to concentrate on tasks while standing near something as loud as a cement mixer. If workplace distractions are slowing you down, use these tips to become more productive. Read more
It’s a problem every contractor can relate to. They can’t seem to find the tool they need when they need it. Without a system, contractors who don’t know how to organize tools exert extra effort and lose precious time.
If your workspace is a disaster zone, these tips will help you clean up your act. Read more
Buying equipment and tools is no longer the only option. Many construction owners have learned that tool rental is a better fit for them.
If you are considering switching to renting tools, weigh these pluses and minuses before making your decision. Read more