• OSHA to Launch Online Record Keeping

    OSHA to Launch Online Record Keeping

    The new rule, finalized on January 1, 2017, requires certain employers to use an online “Injury Tracking Application” (ITA) to submit information from completed 2016 OSHA Forms by following the agency’s new online recordkeeping requirements.

  • 4 Reasons to Never Pull a Permit for a Homeowner

    4 Reasons to Never Pull a Permit for a Homeowner

    While most homeowners who ask you to pull a permit likely have the best of intentions, you must protect yourself in this situation. If the homeowner is a licensed tradesperson, he or she can pull their own permit. If not, either you’re going to do the work you were hired to do or they can hire someone else.

  • The Call of Nature: Porta-Potties vs. Restroom Trailers

    The Call of Nature: Porta-Potties vs. Restroom Trailers

    Providing portable restrooms on your job site will drastically reduce the time and distance your crew members may spend locating and making repeated trips to an alternative facility.

  • The Increasing Importance of Offsite Construction

    The Increasing Importance of Offsite Construction

    Condensing a project’s schedule and cutting costs are two vital goals on any jobsite. Working with modular components gives contractors the ability to do both without affecting the quality of the finished product. Plus – you don’t have to deal with costly weather delays.

  • How to Outsource Office Duties

    How to Outsource Office Duties

    However, the idea of doing the books, cutting paychecks and keeping files organized makes you want to stick a fork in a toaster. Before taking such drastic steps, why not outsource the office tasks that you don’t like to do, but must as a business owner?

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