Workers Don’t Overexert Yourself

Workers engaged in construction work are sometimes under the incorrect impression that if they rush and subsequently overexert themselves this will save time and increase production, but the truth is – reducing injuries increases production. And the best way to reduce injuries, increase production and save money is to encourage positive attitudes toward health and […]

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40 People Die after China Mudslide

Tragedy has once again struck in Zhongxing, Western China where up to 40 people are believed to be buried after flooding triggered a landslide. The natural disaster destroyed a high profile memorial in the process, the memorial was ironically in memory of another devastating natural disaster, an earthquake in 2008 which claimed thousands of lives. […]

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Importance of Safety Signs on Building Sites

Although all workers entering construction sites must undergo the appropriate safety training it still helps to have safety signs posted around the site to warn workers and visitors to the site about hazards and what precautions need to be taken to overcome them. Employers have a responsibility according to the law to provide workers with […]

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