We all suffer from a lack of concentration, time pressure, or miscalculations from time to time. Sometimes these issues can be easily rectified, but for construction professionals it can often be a little more complicated. After all, faulty constructions are not very easy to rebuild - as the following six errors make clear.
Whether it's bumping your head or dropping a piece of concrete on your foot, there's always a potential accident lurking around the corner in the construction industry. Accidents often happen because of the rush to get things done, while at other times it is due to laziness prevailing over safety. The following tips will help you on your way to working safely.
Your trade is fantastic; not just the work, but the perks that go with it. If a house has to be fixed up, no problem! And you’ll even already have a bit of a tan in the spring because you work outside a lot. But, unfortunately, every silver lining has its cloud. Play builder’s bingo with these nine all too familiar things when working in someone’s home!
Working in the construction industry is a terrific job, but it can mean hard physical work, which can lead to aches and pains or other problems. Will you be able to work until you’re 67? Or even longer? We have listed the most common physical complaints in the construction industry below, so that you know precisely what you should be prepared for.
Do you sometimes look forward to relaxing on the settee after work before you’ve even started? It’s not always easy in the construction industry: rain, sore feet, grouchy workmates and long days. But fear not! With these tips you’ll feel just as comfortable at work as at home.