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...

Stadium Builds

At stadiums across the country, first responders including police, fire, and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) depend on reliable two-way radio communication when lives and...

Safety Program

In the business of improving infrastructure, work occurs in high-risk environments where fall hazards are common. In fact, falls have been the leading cause...

Treads for Safety

In commercial buildings across the country, the most common technique for preventing slip and fall accidents on stairs is the application of non-skid adhesive...

Lifting Safety

The telehandler is one of the most indispensable pieces of equipment on the jobsite, providing the ability to place palletized loads at height and...

Invest in Safety: Part 2 of 2

Training needs to be continuous to be effective. When delivering training, too many businesses sign people up for a seminar, or provide an annual...

Ergonomic Solutions

Workplace injuries are prevalent in many occupations, and construction is no exception. Workers in this sector have to handle tasks that increase their risk...

Invest in Safety: Part 1 of 2

When Paul O’Neill started as the Alcoa CEO in 1987, the aluminum manufacturing giant was in trouble. Several of its recent product launches had...

Supplying Headlamps

Construction companies have a duty to protect employees by providing a safe work environment and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required for the job. However,...