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How to Increase Productivity with Apps for Contractors 

  Your business can’t afford to lose productivity on paper-based processes or inefficient workflows. That’s why more contractors are starting to rely on mobile apps that help them efficiently complete tasks.  The construction industry is using apps built for contractors that help with paperwork, employee management, and everything else in between. Instead of keeping track […]

By Brian Sugarman on April 6, 2021

How Work Order Apps Streamline Operations

Work order management is the process of ensuring that a work order process is in place for organizations. This entire process begins with work requests and ends with either a denial or approval and the subsequent work that happens. The workflows surrounding work orders leave many opportunities for errors and inefficiencies. But with the use of […]

By Brian Sugarman on March 4, 2021
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What is a Work Order?

Work orders are tools that are commonly used in many industries to request the performance of a task or job. A work order is typically going to be generated by a customer’s request, but it can also be generated within an organization for an internal request. These requests are usually to perform a specific task, […]

By Brian Sugarman on March 2, 2021

Safely Returning to Work After COVID-19 Vaccinations

Now that the rollout and administration of various COVID-19 vaccines are underway throughout the country, employees are slowly becoming able to return to work as governments lift the stricter lockdowns and people, communities, and businesses try to get back to some semblance of normal. As companies can secure employee vaccinations, different policies and procedures are […]

By Hayden Clinard on February 25, 2021

Three Key Benefits of Near Miss Reporting

When a worker discovers a potentially dangerous situation, completing a near miss report means the risk can be resolved before it causes harm to their teammates.

By Chip Phillips on November 13, 2020

Five Ways Safety Management Software Can Help Your Business

Safety management software helps your team maintain consistency in delivering and documenting data. Standardized forms with required fields and established checklists ensure that the proper information is conveyed and collected for every situation. 

By Chip Phillips on November 4, 2020

Five Steps to Successful Job Safety Analysis

Every effective safety program starts with identifying and addressing hazards before incidents occur. Ideally, you will want to perform a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) for every task performed at your worksite.

By Chip Phillips on October 26, 2020

Four Keys to a Successful Incident Report

At every construction worksite, it is vital to report any injuries, near misses, and accidents. Incident report forms are used to document any event that could cause injury to your team, as well as capture details on safety hazards, security issues, and damage to equipment or property. 

By Chip Phillips on October 1, 2020

Five Ways to Take your Toolbox Talks to the Next Level

Daily safety meetings should not just be a means to share new OSHA regulations and compliance issues. They are a great way to remind your team about safety measures that are not always at the front of their minds.

By Chip Phillips on September 24, 2020

Five Ways GoCanvas Analytics Saves You Time

When it comes to keeping an eye on your business, it is vital to produce comprehensive reports quickly. It isn’t enough to rapidly gather information from multiple sources, you will need to analyze and summarize that data in a way that is efficient and presentable.

By Chip Phillips on August 31, 2020