DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE AWARENESS IN THE WORKPLACE
The construction industry is male-dominated and thus, has been tagged as one of the most susceptible industries to drug and alcohol abuse. Men are more likely to consume alcohol and drugs compared to women, as studies show. But gender alone will not fully ... Read
Fall Protection In the Construction Industry
In response to the increasing incidence of construction-related injuries and fatalities, the New York City Council enacted Local Law 196 in October of 2017. This was a revision to the previous Administrative Code to include requiring minimum levels of site safet... Read
LOCAL LAW 196 VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES EXPLAINED
Local Law 196 of 2017, which mandates NYC workers at permitted construction sites to have safety training, has entered its second phase.
In an unprecedented move, NYC Department of Buildings recently sent letters to all contractors, job site owners, permit... Read
How Do I Get a Construction Job?
The construction industry’s growth does not seem to be slowing down anytime in the near future. Which means that the demand for workers isn’t slowing down anytime soon either. According to Sageworks, a financial information organization, construction related industries ac... Read
B.E.S.T Squad Update 2018-2019
As of September, 2018 The BEST Squad, Excavation and Scaffolding units are now demobilized. There are now 2 units which are The Construction Safety Compliance Unit & The Construction Safety Enforcement Unit.
Construction Safety Compliance Unit
The Construction Safety Comp... Read
Face Recognition for Online Training (IDABLE)
The future is here! Facial recognition and face detection technology is now the biometric solution for many applications. Using your built in webcam on a laptop, tethered webcam on a desktop or your phones camera….applications can run all sorts of different... Read
Site Safety Training (SST) Cards and Courses
You may have heard of the new rule in NYC (Local Law 196) which mandates a specific amount of training for construction and demolition workers working in New York City. If you haven’t heard about it yet or just want to get the facts straight we’ve taken the ... Read