Also in the September 2019 Issue:
You can’t fix what you don’t see. A fresh set of eyes can spot areas for improvement, making your jobsites safer and more efficient. Read about options for where to find “fresh eyes” and examples of how they have made a difference.
Involving younger employees in problem solving and developing strategic initiatives is an innovative way to engage this segment of your workforce and realize new approaches to stay on top of changing market conditions. This article provides real-life examples of how major companies have benefited from this approach, as well as guidance on how to establish your own “shadow board.”
A project foreman’s responsibilities on commercial sites for the mechanical insulation trade can vary greatly from job to job. However, the keys to a successful project for both the customer and the contractor remain consistent across all job types. All site foremen must balance multiple priorities throughout the project, including system integrity, scope of responsibility,
Workers in our industry face the dangers of performing their tasks in hot environments by the nature of what we do. Add to that a summer of scalding temperatures outside, and you have a recipe for disaster. Review this guide for how to keep your employees safe and productive in the heat.