Construction Companies Can Do More to Improve Safety and Prevent Injuries and Deaths
By David Finkelstein of Construction Today.
Training workers to operate equipment and do hazardous jobs safely is the critical firststep. But it’s incomplete without the next logical step: having a simple, effective way to track and verify all worker training and OSHA certifications on the job site. Verifying each...
The American Society of Safety Professionals Foundation Releases Fatigue Report
By Dr. Lora Cavuoto and Dr. Fadel Megahed, Occupational Health & Safety.
Fatigue is a hidden danger in the workplace, but now we've tackled the measurement and modeling of fatigue through wearable sensors, incorporating big data analytics and safety engineering. The researchers noted that ankles and feet, the lower back...
The 10 Questions Real Estate Has To Answer In 2019
Article by Mike Phillips, Bisnow London
As you build your 2019 strategy, there are 10 key questions to keep in mind, a UBS Global Real Estate report this week outlined. From the impact of rate rises to the rise of the shared economy to technology, here are the issues the industry will need to grapple with, and UBS’...
S.M.A.R.T. Goals for 2019
Sales Tip #423 From The Sales Doctor by Marvin Montgomery of Marvin Montgomery & Associates.
If you have not established your goals for 2019, I strongly recommend that you use the S.M.A.R.T. Goal process. If you have, make sure it aligns with these five essential steps."
Stebbins Career Tech students rebuilding a home
By Allyson B. Crawford, DBJ Contributor.
Through a partnership with the city of Riverside, seniors are working on rebuilding a home on Hazelton Avenue. The city purchased the land and set aside $50,000 for building materials. Companies also have provided donations. During the construction education, students learn how to hang drywall, do...
Five Presentation Skills Training Secrets to Reduce Nervousness
Written by Sheri Jeavons, President and Owner of Power Presentations Inc. for Linkedin.
If standing in front of a group to deliver a business presentation makes your heart pound, hands sweat, and knees shake, we’re here to help! When you are relaxed and comfortable, the audience will be more relaxed and open to the...
Why Warmth Is the Underappreciated Skill Leaders Need
By Loran Nordgren, Associate Professor of Management & Organizations, Kellogg Insight.
When it comes to success in leadership, there has never been just one playbook, but those who demonstrate high levels of “interpersonal warmth” have a better chance at long-term success."
2018 Cogence Drive Award Winners
From the webpage of Cogence Alliance.
Cogence created the Drive Awards to honor the best in project collaboration. The awards highlight the critical role and immense value that collaboration and innovation bring to building projects." Cogence Alliance brings together owners, architects, engineers, construction...
Tech Strategy Requires a New Type of Construction Worker
By Construction Dive's, Kathleen Brown
Introducing technology at a construction company isn’t as simple as supplying iPads and downloading “freemium” project management apps — it involves a plethora of hardware, software, people and processes and requires someone at the helm who understands how all of...
Congratulations to the Latino Construction Construction Program Graduates!
The Ana Show celebrates the second Latino Construction Program graduating class of 2018. These 22 graduates just completed their 6 week trades class through The Spanish American Committee. Watch and get details on how you can get a good paying job that will change your life.