Buying and spec’ing trucks to meet the diverse operating needs of your entire workforce is a challenge. You can spec your fleet to a “bell curve” and deal with the exceptions on either end of the spectrum by adding ergonomic-friendly upfit equipment or swapping a
The U.S. experienced an estimated 20% jump in motor vehicle deaths between January and June 2020 compared to the same six-month period in 2019, according to data from the National Safety Council (NSC).
The rate increase comes in spite of a 17% drop in the number
Driving a car can give you freedom. But it’s also one of riskiest things you do every day. More than 36,000 people died in car accidents in the U.S. in 2018. Millions more are injured each year.
Many things can make driving risky. Speeding, not paying
The special session continued this week with a focus on priority bills and the budget. The budget has now worked its way out of committees and has been voted off the House floor and headed towards the Senate for vetting. While there were no big
September 14, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction employees, accounting for 320 of the 1,008 construction fatalities recorded in 2018 (BLS data). The National Safety Stand-Down raises fall hazard awareness across the
Fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction employees, accounting for 320 of the 1,008 construction fatalities recorded in 2018 (BLS data). Those deaths were preventable. The National Safety Stand-Down raises fall hazard awareness across the country in
Sixty Percent of Firms Report Future Projects Have Been Canceled or Delayed, But 52 Percent of Firms Struggle to Find Craft Workers Amid Worker Fears of COVID and Unemployment Supplement
The coronavirus has harmed the construction industry, prompting project delays and cancellations, layoffs and furloughs, yet
The second week of the 2020 special session has concluded with state leaders operating at a much more focused pace than the week prior. As of Tuesday it was clear that leadership in the legislature had refocused committees on the priorities set fourth for the