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November 8, 2017

Hours after hours, construction sites receive incoming and outgoing heavy loading vehicle to transport goods for the construction phase. However recently, traffic related issues have been making the headline that spells trouble for personnel related to the Quality, Env...

November 2, 2017

  The Singapore Safety society was rejoice to learn that work at height related accidents dropped to a record low early this year when MOM released a statistical compilation of such incidents. Such news amplifies the effort placed onto the construction industry (partic...

October 11, 2017

In an environment where emergency could happen, the point we are about to share with you are crucial to avoid worst case scenario. The meeting / muster points system has always been under-estimated but are capable of making a hectic situation better and safer during th...

September 14, 2017

Thursday Reads: A company in the States had this one issue that had their employees being pinpointed for the increasing casualty that happened. The story goes as followed and it's called the lunch time stairway (life story by the way):

It started out as some employees h...

September 11, 2017

Working with edges while on site is not uncommon for construction workers. Safety Practices are always carried out because it creates a habitual nature for workers to commit to safety at workplace.

Where options are available and it is up to the Safety Professional to d...

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