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Top OSHA Violations and How to Avoid Them

Posted by Brett Long on Oct 6, 2017 12:47:42 PM

Providing a safe work environment for employees should be a priority for your company. When compliance is overlooked and workers aren't trained properly or act carelessly an accident or injuries can easily occur.

Compliance with safety regulations will help your company to avoid accidents and costly OSHA violations that will stall your project or shut down a work site.

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Topics: Construction, Retail, Energy & Utilities, Telecommunications

How Mobile Forms Can Help with Disaster Response

Posted by Brett Long on Aug 2, 2017 11:30:00 AM

Are you ready for the worst? This might sound extreme, but the idea of being ready should the worst happen isn't without merit. By planning ahead, you can avoid some issues altogether or keep a situation from escalating when an accident or disaster happens at your site.

Whether it’s a natural disaster or a man-made one, things can always go wrong. Here are some ways you can prepare.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Construction, Telecommunications

5 Tips for How to Pass an OSHA Inspection

Posted by Brett Long on Jul 26, 2017 11:40:00 AM

You're not likely to receive prior notice of an OSHA inspection, so you need to be prepared for the possibility of an inspector dropping by your site. This should include providing regular training for your employees and conducting a job safety analysis to identify and address potential risks and hazards. Doing so will help you to avoid violations and expensive fines.

Follow these tips so you won't be caught off guard for your next OSHA inspection.

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Topics: Construction, Energy & Utilities, Retail, Telecommunications

How Spligitty Fiber Optic Revamped their Field Data Collection

Posted by Nancy Vodicka on Jul 6, 2017 12:44:00 PM

Michael Hill, General Manager at Spligitty Fiber Optic Services, was a busy man. On one hand, business was good and he was working on multiple projects at once. On the other hand, all of these projects required specific instructions, information, and field data. All of which needed to be delivered to different people.

“We needed a way to collect project data in the field, in real-time, for distribution to internal and external stakeholders,” he said.

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Topics: Telecommunications