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

Three Ways GoCanvas Helps with Safety Toolbox Talks

Safety should be the number one priority of every construction company. Daily safety meetings and toolbox talks are integral to educate workers on best work practices and to stay compliant with regulations for every job and project.

By Chip Phillips on September 17, 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

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

Your Guide to Getting Physical Spaces Ready to Reopen

As you prepare your business to reopen for in-person interaction, it is important to stay up to date on local and state guidelines. This includes preparing your physical spaces to protect workers and reduce risk while serving customers.

By Chip Phillips on June 15, 2020
Tools you need for staying safe during COVID-19

6 Tools You Need to Keep Your Team and Customers Safe

As businesses around the world continue to adapt their processes and prepare to re-open to customers, you will need a combination of tools to keep employees and customers safe.

By Chip Phillips on June 10, 2020

4 Things You Need To Know About Collecting Employee Health Information

With new protocols being established across all businesses, there are questions about what sort of employee health information you can and should collect.

By Chip Phillips on May 22, 2020

3 Things You Can Do To Reduce Risk While Serving Customers

For many businesses, avoiding direct customer contact presents significant hurdles to completing your daily tasks. Fortunately, there are ways to adapt your processes to reduce risks to your staff and customers.

By Chip Phillips on May 19, 2020