By Grace Austin
January 25, 2024
Bosworth Steel Erectors is a Dallas-based company that in its nearly 30-year history has taken on steel construction and modification for so...
Wellness
OSHA
Total Human Health
PPE
By Paula Balmori
January 11, 2024
A crucial paradigm shift needs to occur in the field of architecture. The analogy is simple yet profound—just as plumbing and power are inte...
OSHA
Total Human Health
By Josh Kanner
December 3, 2023
Safety is always the No. 1 priority in construction. First and foremost, it’s of vital importance on a human level, but it also can directly...
Artificial Intelligence
By Clare Epstein
November 27, 2023
Nearly five thousand U.S.-based employees suffered a fatal workplace injury in 2021. According to OSHA, that was an 8.9% increase from the y...
PPE
By Kevin Lane
November 15, 2023
It’s no secret construction is one of the most dangerous industries to work in, and a lack of effective safety measures comes at an extremel...
OSHA
PPE
By Scott Berman
November 1, 2023
When discussions started heating up in Maryland several years ago about a statewide referendum to legalize recreational marijuana, Ted Woode...
Wellness
By Grace Calengor
November 1, 2023
On Tuesday, Aug. 8, a wildfire on the Hawaiian island of Maui ravaged the town of Lahaina, killing nearly 100 people and stranding thousands...
OSHA
PPE
Infrastructure
Public
By David McMillin
October 1, 2023
Matt Schrodel has been out of college for more than a decade, but the University of Oklahoma alum has been spending plenty of time back at s...
Total Human Health
By Tom Miller
September 21, 2023
Construction crews continued to work in sizzling, dangerous conditions as the hottest summer on record swept across the country—and it is an...
Wellness
OSHA
PPE
By Grace Calengor
September 21, 2023
As National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month continues, Construction Executive reaches out to Counslr, a text-based support app that i...
Wellness
Organization Culture

Recommended for you

Safety
Common Construction Eye Injuries and How to Prevent Them
By Rick Pedley
Construction can expose workers to hazards that permanently damage their eyesight. Learn how to prevent eye injuries in the field by using the proper safety equipment.
Safety
Building Resiliency: Withstanding Wildfires and Other Natural Disasters
By Bill Creedon
As wildfires and other natural disasters become increasingly frequent and severe, the construction industry must proactively assess the risks associated with them.
Safety
OSHA Updates: New Submission Requirements for Injury and Illness Records
By Ashley Meredith Strittmatter
As of Jan. 1, 2024, employers of a certain size in "high-hazard" industries—including construction—must submit additional information regarding workplace safety.

Follow us




Subscribe to our newsletter

Stay in the know with the latest industry news, technology, and our weekly features. Get early access to any CE Events & Webinars.