MANAGING SAFETY AND HEALTH
27 Pages of new rules for confined spaces in construction. A stringent set of new regulations for managing silica exposure. New reporting requirements. Increased fines.
By itself, safety is important. When you realize its relationship to productivity and quality, it's essential.
Without skilled people, our industry stands still - learn to protect our most valuable resource while improving your customer's satisfaction and your bottom line.
TECHNOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION
NNew tools. Advanced materials. Digital documentation. Remote viewing solutions. Information at our fingertips.
We are at a crossroads in the construction industry. Technology is now available to enable us to change, grow and improve.
The challange we face is understanding not just how to improve our old processes, but when to replace them alltogether.
Employers are required to train their employees. Employees want to learn and grow. Training and Professional Development are not the same thing!
Both are important.
Learn about solutions for both.
There are on-line solutions that companies can adopt to fufill training needs. There are on-line solutions that empower employees to learn and grow. Suppliment this with in-person teaching for a complete solution.
Leveraging decades of construction industry experience to teach construction professionals to integrate safety, quality and productivity.
Today's construction professional needs to understand that these three elements are inextricably linked. To be succesful, construction managers need to manage all three ellements to maintain balance on the job site. Today's construction professionals need to learn to leverage technology to capture information that can be used to keep these elements in balance and trending in a direction that will ensure project success.