We have just come off one of the best Annual Meetings in the history of AGC/VT.
It’s all thanks to YOU!This year saw the launch of the annual Safety Plus & More Construction Expo. We welcomed about 200 attendees, over 20 Expo vendors, and dozens
Political advocacy is one of your association’s largest endeavors. Laws and rules have a huge impact on how you run your business. A good law may provide necessary tools to accomplish you work while bad laws could tie your hands to the point your business
The construction industry is under a significant paradigm shift. When we look back throughout this industry’s history we notice some great advancements have taken place. As the end of the year approaches and we look ahead to 2020 there’s no reason we shouldn’t expect more
Driving too fast for conditions is defined as traveling at a speed that is greater than a reasonable standard for safe driving. Examples of conditions where drivers may find themselves driving too fast include: wet roadways (rain, snow, or ice), reduced visibility (fog), uneven roads, construction
Winter is coming. Weather (pun intended) you like it or not. With freezing temperatures, icy roads, and scraping ice off your car until your hands freeze, one question should be asked: Are you ready for all the obstacles winter throws at you and your car?
BY BEN VANAVERY, DIRECTOR OF SALES AND MARKETING, ADVANCED TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES
For any company with a fleet of light- or medium-duty vehicles, increasing profitability often comes down to fostering an environment of greater employee accountability.
The concept of accountability is defined as “the obligation of an individual
By ARTBA Chairman Steve McGough
President and CFO, HCSS
As someone who devoted eight years of high school and college to powerlifting, I learned at least three lessons that I think are relevant to ARTBA’s mission:
As we compete against others, we also must challenge ourselves to
Companies that are at the top of their safety game obtain the best improvement information from their workers.
Dennis Ryan is the President of Compass Health & Safety Ltd
Safety perception surveys are essential safety performance measurement tools. For more than 40 years renowned safety leaders such
By Ed Zalewski, Editorial Manager at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
Given that OSHA rarely conducts an inspection that doesn't result in at least one violation cited, employers must be prepared should a compliance officer knock at the door. Read on to learn what steps
Winter Weather Preparedness
Outdoor work requires proper preparation, especially in severe winter weather conditions. Although OSHA does not have a specific standard that covers working in cold environments, employers have a responsibility to provide workers with employment and a place of employment which are free from