construction safety

construction and maintenance work

REMI Network

Construction and maintenance work among the most dangerous jobs

Various jobs in these industries were found to suffer fatality rates of several times the average of 3.4 per 100,000 workers.
extreme heat

Facility Cleaning & Maintenance

U.S. government aims to protect workers from extreme heat

OSHA is taking steps to better protect workers in extreme-heat environments after this summer's heatwaves.
construction safety technology

Construction Business

Improving construction safety with technology

How can companies use technology to increase safety on their job sites moving into the future? Here are some digital tools available.
Graham equipment

Construction Business

Protecting equipment, employees and properties

Equipment theft and protecting workers on construction sites prompted Graham Construction to install a surveillance solution on site.
infrastructure funding

Construction Business

Ontario steps up COVID measures on jobsites

The Ontario government is stepping up measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 on construction sites. The update provides further guidance for employers.

Construction Business

WorkSafeBC works with industry to ensure safety

WorkSafeBC is working with workers, employers, and industry associations to ensure construction sites are healthy and safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.
skills training

REMI Network

Ontario workplace inspectors launch safety blitz

Ontario workplace inspectors are now visiting construction sites across the province, targeting personal protective equipment.
road construction

Construction Business

Preventing deaths in road construction

Road construction is a hazardous occupation and ranked as one of the most dangerous places to work. Technology is key to helping prevent injuries.

REMI Network

Saskatoon company set to revolutionize construction site safety

A Saskatoon company could be set to revolutionize construction site safety across North America. Timed with Construction Safety Week 2018, myComply has announced its flagship

Construction Business

myComply launches tech to improve site safety

Saskatoon-based myComply has launched its flagship solution to reduce risks by making it easy for general contractors to verify safety certifications.

Construction Business

Safety data will drive construction performance

Introduction As an industry, we have made great improvements in safety performance, but despite our best efforts safety in construction has largely remained behind the