Transportation incidents account for roughly 40% of workplace fatalities in 2016. Peggy Smedley is joined by Carl Heinlein, senior safety consultant, American Contractors Insurance Group, and director at large, ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers), to discuss fleet safety, training, programs, and cracking down on texting and driving.
Brian Turmail, vice president of public affairs and strategic initiatives, AGC, weighs in on a problem that spans the entire country—from L.A. to Pittsburgh. Accidents on highway construction projects are on the rise. He and Peggy Smedley talk about how technology can help create safer jobsites.
Gary Glader, president, Horton Safety Consultants, returns to talk with Peggy Smedley about pre-employment strength testing and the impact it is having on construction.
Peggy Smedley chats with Gary Glader, president, Horton Safety Consultants, about how the concept of predictive analytics can be used to improve safety in the construction industry.
Human capital metrics could change the game for construction companies. Peggy Smedley and Carl Heinlein, senior safety consultant, American Contractors Insurance Group, and director-at-large, American Society of Safety Engineers, talk about a new study and how it impacts safety.
Peggy Smedley and Laura Black tackle the tough topic of wearables and answer the question: Do some wearables create a distraction on the construction jobsite?
Peggy Smedley chats with Chris Korody, principal, DroneBusiness.center, and Colin Snow, CEO, Skylogic Research, about how drones are actually contributing to better safety practices on the job.
Peggy Smedley sits down with Kevin Graves, senior safety advocate, Assurance, to discuss the most common ways to reduce risks on the construction jobsite.
At InterDrone, Peggy Smedley speaks with George Mathew, CEO, Kespry, discussing how drones can be used to help with reconstruction following the hurricanes.
Peggy Smedley walks viewers through the details of the new respirable crystalline silica mandate, and what they need to know as the new rules are put in place.