As construction firms prepare to scale their operations to support new infrastructure investments, they’re challenged to attain high-quality work in safe workplaces using newly hired workers—as well as long-term employees who are reluctant to adopt new technologies. There are at least four ways a data-driven safety and quality program can help. Increased inspection productivity can […]
The fourth industrial revolution is well under way. Characterized by advancements in automation, digital technologies and predictive analytics, organizations across a wide-spectrum of industries will face and must embrace change as the new reality. From planning to performance, the active ingredient to making needed transitions at an operational or individual level involves context—a clear connection […]
In this webinar, we’ll explore the technology-driven journey of Moss Construction as it reduces injuries and illnesses while maintaining an impressive Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) of 0.44 at a Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR) of 0.15, all while experiencing a 30% to 40% year-over-year growth with approximately $2 billion in annual revenue. Join Moss […]
Approximately 20 percent of a company’s vehicles will be involved in an accident this year, and commercial auto insurance costs are increasing. What can you do to control costs for your construction business and protect your people? Learn the ways to develop your fleet risk safety program and become a more desirable “risk” to insurance underwriters.
Learn how technology solutions are reimagining the way construction teams capture, analyze and act on safety, compliance and quality data from the field. InEight’s chief product officer will share just how easily, consistently, quickly and accurately data can be captured in the field and instantly shared with the project team—enabling timely, compliant and actionable reporting. […]
Find out how the right mass notification tool can keep workers well-informed and safe, and improve the ROI for construction companies both large and small.
Construction business owners and managers often struggle with two opposing forces: the health and safety of their workers as drug and alcohol abuse rises, and the challenge of replacing those who may test positive. Learn about the steps to take to manage the evolving risks associated with substance abuse.
Telematics – the technology of sending vehicle data – sounds exciting, but is it useful for construction fleets? In this webinar, Tenna will explain how telematics can be used by a wide variety of construction companies in both passenger and heavy-duty commercial vehicles to help coordinate fleets, minimize maintenance costs and improve safety.
There’s no denying it: drones have made their way into the construction industry. And they are here to stay. Today’s drones pack a big punch, helping project managers, superintendents, field engineers and virtual design + construction (VDC) teams build instant ROI with jobsite-ready maps and models. Time and again, drones save money, reduce downtime and improve safety on construction projects.
This webinar will cover what construction businesses need to know about fleet trends going into 2017.
• Vehicle Acquisitions
• Fuel Management