Quality Control vs Quality Assurance: What Construction Companies Should Know

By: The GoCanvas Team

Any reputable company in the construction industry operates on a safety-first basis at all times. The health and safety of its employees are paramount to the company because the company is well-aware of the fact that the employees are the ones who enable the company to do what it does. They are the backbone that […]

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By: GoCanvas Team October 26, 2022

The Best Project Management Software for Construction Companies

As the construction industry becomes increasingly complex, the need for software that can help construction companies manage their projects effectively has never been greater. Fortunately, there are several software options available that are specifically designed to meet the needs of the construction industry. In this post, we will take a look at five of the […]

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By: GoCanvas Team October 24, 2022

How to Ensure Site Safety Every Day

Construction site safety is no joke. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there are more than 200,000 construction site non-fatal accidents every year. That’s why it’s so important to have a site safety plan in place and follow it religiously. Below are some general safety guidelines you can follow to ensure site […]

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By: GoCanvas Team October 20, 2022

How HubSpot can Grow Your Construction Business – GoCanvas

Growing Your Construction Business with Better Tech: A Look at HubSpot and Other CRMs As a construction company, you are always looking for ways to grow your business. But with growth comes more paperwork, more compliance concerns, and more safety issues to worry about. A CRM (customer relationship management) system can help you automate some […]

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By: Ryan Hersh October 12, 2022

Incident Reports: The Complete Guide

What is an Incident Report? An incident report formally documents workplace accidents, events, or near misses. These reports are crucial for capturing the details of the events that occur in situations like damage to company property, personal injury, health and safety issues, security breaches, or personnel misconduct. Companies should file incident reports because they give […]

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By: The GoCanvas Team October 10, 2022

What You Should Know About Job Safety Analysis

Safety is a vital part of the construction industry. Your construction company has to put measures in place to ensure the safety of workers at the construction site. This requires you to implement the Job Safety Analysis (JSA), which ensures all workers observe all the stipulated safety measures. Here is everything you need to know […]

Employee responding to job site injury.
By: The GoCanvas Team October 8, 2022

7 Immediate Steps to Take After an Injury

Employee safety matters a great deal and the last thing anyone wants is to see a coworker hurt. However, the reality is an injury can happen to anyone at any time and without notice. The most important thing is to have a plan in place before an incident occurs. It should be easy for your […]

Construction workers on job site.
By: The GoCanvas Team October 5, 2022

Safety Checklists for Construction – Examples & Templates

Worker safety is a top priority for everyone in the construction industry. It’s in the best interest of workers and employers to comply with all regulations set by OSHA and to follow all of the best practices for safety in the workplace.  Having a robust safety program is good for workers, helping to limit accidents […]

Three Safety and Compliance workers at job site.
By: GoCanvas Team October 3, 2022

5 Reasons Why I Use GoCanvas Mobile Apps in my Safety Business.

When I started in safety, paper and pen was the only way to do it. We’d then have to regurgitate all the data into something others could understand and act upon. As you can guess: it was very, very time consuming. I would spend almost twice as much time creating the reports as I did conducting the inspection

Read on to see why Mark made the switch