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Keeping pedestrians safe in your work zone using portable traffic signals. In September 2023 a project requiring portable traffic signals with a pedestrian accommodation in Toronto, ON began. Pedestrian accommodations are not common in work zones as generally pedestrians are kept out of a work zone. However, sometimes it is unavoidable like in downtown Toronto. Read More

When it comes to roadway construction, safety is paramount. Whether you're building a new road or repairing an existing one, you want to ensure that your project stays organized and on track. Read More

The construction industry is an inherently dangerous industry. It can be narrowed down to four main hazards: falls, electrocution, struck by, and caught in/between. Today we’ll explore which of these fatal four are the most common. Read More

Construction flagger safety has been an issue for years, and we all know it. These numbers have raised serious concern, and we're here to help you understand why. Read More

Summer is here, and with it comes a whole host of outdoor events. If unequipped to safely handle these mass amounts of people, event operators could find themselves treading dangerously. Fortunately, with the right event risk management, managers can ensure the safety of all volunteers, vendors, and pedestrians. Read More

Construction projects can be complicated. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to stay organized: construction project management. With it, you can keep tabs on all parts of your highway construction project – from initial design to final completion. Read More

According to the latest National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse statistics, in 2021 alone, there were 956 work zone fatalities, 42,000 estimated work zone injuries, and 106,000 estimated work zone crashes. Today’s blog provides a complete overview of construction zones – from speed limits and laws to safety tips so we can better understand these zones and work to improve these harsh statistics. Read More

As National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) approaches, we thought it would be a good time to remind you of the dangers work zones pose for drivers and workers alike. Read More

When a new construction season emerges, we start planning for upcoming projects. What about planning for construction and crew safety? We've got the solutions. Read More