By Stefan Marinak, NHEO Corporate Communications.
Job safety is one of the most important issues in the construction industry today, and the tools/methods used to improve it are constantly evolving. After conducting research on the latest tools being utilized to improve safety in the construction industry while interning here at NHEO Institute, one tool sticks out from the rest of the pack: Virtual Reality.
By Alex Kagwima, NHEO Institute Corporate Communications
1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Working with electricity requires a set of specialized equipment, such as insulating gloves, hoods, sleeves, matting, blankets, line hose, and nonconductive hard hats. Furthermore, workers need to examine their equipment before using it to inspect it for wear and tear. If the equipment is not up to par then they must replace it or repair it.
Regardless of whether you work at heights consistently or only now and again, your attention on safety amid those circumstances is of most extreme significance. It takes one slip-up to transform a standard work assignment into a casualty.
Falls are weakening. Falls are savage. You should be set up to ensure your employees every last time they could be uncovered. Here are five hints to consider if your employees work at heights.
Construction has been around since the beginning of all time when our ancestors built rudimentary large buildings. However, since the nineteenth century that reality began to transform until it reaches the present day where some companies are responsible for the construction of residences, parks, shopping centers, among others ... And not only that, but they have known how to take advantage of the boom in new technologies. But it is worth asking, what is a construction company?