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

How Calamar Ensured the Safety of Employees, Residents, and Visitors with GoCanvas

Calamar is one of the largest active senior housing real estate developers in the United States consisting of several vertically integrated companies.  Within this core space exists property management services, in-house and third-party construction services, and capital fundraising services. 

By Chip Phillips on August 24, 2020

How Small Business Revenues have been Impacted by COVID-19

GoCanvas surveyed its’ customer base as well as other small business leaders in June 2020 about their industry outlook as a result of the global pandemic. This blog post highlights our initial findings. Data from the GoCanvas Small Business Report conducted in June 2020 is sourced from 270 small businesses within a varying spread of industries.  

By Chip Phillips on August 12, 2020

How Bosque Brewing Used GoCanvas to put the Safety of their Community and Coworkers First

Bosque Brewing was founded in New Mexico in 2012 with the intent of crafting high-quality, flavorful beers while creating jobs and contributing to their local community and economy. Since their initial brewing operation, Bosque has expanded distribution to over 150 restaurants and retail outlets across the state of New Mexico.

By Chip Phillips on August 6, 2020

What Your Competitors Are Doing to Keep Employees and Customers Safe

GoCanvas surveyed its customer base, as well as other small business leaders, in June 2020 about their industry outlook as a result of the global pandemic. This blog post highlights our initial findings. Data from this GoCanvas Small Business Report is sourced from 270 small businesses within a varying spread of industries.  

By Chip Phillips on August 3, 2020
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How Icon Attractions Reopened Safely with Employee Health Screenings

Icon Attractions LLC (ICON) was founded in 2013 to develop and manage giant wheel attractions and retail entertainment experiences to select domestic and international markets. ICON currently operates The Capital Wheel & Carousel at National Harbor, a local staple for the Washington DC Metro area.

By Chip Phillips on July 28, 2020
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Three HVAC Maintenance Checklists that will Reduce Errors and Grow your Bottom Line

For HVAC technicians, so many errors within their daily tasks come from using outdated paper forms while completing a job. Using these HVAC inspection checklists will prevent issues before they happen, so your technicians can collect comprehensive and consistent data at every job. 

By Chip Phillips on July 21, 2020