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5 Tips to Manage Your Job Site
It doesn't matter how large or small a construction project is—a properly managed job site is critical to the success of the project and how the contractor is viewed by their client. Like a smooth-running V8 engine or a symphony orchestra, a smooth-running and successful project has many components, such as skilled labor, equipment, materials and, at times, unique creativity.
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For many of you, winter is in full swing—while for others, snowy winter weather may be just starting up. Regardless of where you are in your season, it’s a good idea to take a step back and make sure things are going as planned in your snow removal business.
Acuity loss control representatives find that many job-site injuries stem from not training employees how to identify fall hazards. The OSHA fall protection standard not only addresses employees falling from another level but also objects falling from another level. We find this exposure is commonly missed during job-site safety briefings.
Scaffolding can improve productivity and safety at your job site, but only if it is set up properly. Acuity's loss control team came up with four tips to address some common concerns they see with scaffolding.

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