Safer Jobsites

Almost any job in the construction industry comes with its share of risk. On the average jobsite, you'll find multi-ton machines and construction materials...

Less Injuries

The construction industry is easily one of the country’s riskiest. Approximately 20% of worker deaths in the U.S. occur in the construction field, even...

Drones & Sensors

In the construction industry, employees are exposed to some of the most physically demanding work environments. This is only exacerbated by potential harsh weather...

Tools Matter

Hand tools are crucial to the success of any project—and with a wide selection of hand tools available, finding the best tool for the...

VIZZ Headlamps

For professional trades like utilities, facility maintenance, and construction, Princeton Tec’s industrial-grade VIZZ series headlamps are designed to provide powerful, lasting, reliable, hands-free illumination...

Open Doors

Putting safety first opens many doors—especially when making decisions on purchasing large overhead doors for shops or equipment storage buildings. Key safety features save...

Fall Prevention

Falls continue to be the number one cause of jobsite deaths in construction, accounting for 35% of total fatalities from 2011 to 2020, according...

Cordless Lighting

Historically the lighting space had corded solutions that lacked the durability and versatility needed on the jobsite. Milwaukee Tool saw an opportunity in the...

Construction Safety

Ken Wengert, vice president of risk control for Travelers Construction, Energy and Marine Risk Control teams, shares about safety concerns in 2023 through an...

Fall Protection

The Watts Reservoir was built by the Pueblo Board of Waterworks just outside of Pueblo, Colorado, in 1931 as a cast-in-place tank that measured...