OSHA and the CDC have provided COVID-19 recommendations and checklists that employers in the construction industry can use to help keep workers safe.
Business owners, C-suite team members, and property owners – it goes without saying that you have navigated many storms thrown at you by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is likely you led your team through the government shutdown, implemented new safety programs to bring your team back to work, pivoted..
Most business owners think that if their company’s financials are in good shape that is all they need to get a good rate and bonding capacity. However, there are quite a few more steps to this process outside of having an impressive financial record. For example, when your company gets..
Fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction employees. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, falls account for the 30% of fatalities in the construction industry. To raise awareness about falls and to help prevent them, the..
On April 23, 2020, the Small Business Administration (SBA) issued guidance to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) under the CARES Act. This followed an April 21, 2020 declaration by Secretary of the Treasury, Steve Mnuchin, that there would be “severe consequences” to large companies that..
As an essential business, construction work is ongoing and revenue continues to be generated. While working through this time, it is obvious that things are not normal, and won’t be back to normal for some time. As such, there are choppy waters that lie ahead. Companies that navigate best..
A construction site is a fluid place where things not only change day-to-day, but minute-to-minute. All the precautions that you can possibly take to protect workers has been executed to the best of your abilities. But, then it happens! Someone at the site has been exposed to or has the symptoms..
While COVID-19 has caused major slowdowns across the economy, most segments of the construction industry remain hard at work. As we approach the beginning of another season, evaluating the way your organization handles the contracts that govern your jobs is a crucial step towards ensuring your..
If your organization is eligible to file for the Wisconsin Contractor’s Premium Adjustment Program, please be aware that effective 2/1/2021 the Wisconsin Compensation Rating Bureau (WCRB) will no longer issue courtesy orange postcard reminders to employers.