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Picturing a better way to capture construction equipment inspections
The days of paper checklists and scribbled notes are over, smartphones have the power to revolutionize daily walkarounds
‘Work to Zero’ shows construction leaders how to use technology to reduce fatality risks
The National Safety Council’s initiative aims to take employers on a ‘safety innovation journey’ to save lives in the workplace
Caterpillar expands service replacement engine program
Cat offers a broad range of replacement engines for equipment using engines up to a Cat C7.1, or 320 horsepower
Maintenance checklist for construction workers
Keeping equipment in top working order is vital to safety and productivity, but so is making sure operators are in their best form as well 
5 ways to increase used equipment resale values
It’s simple but true - making sure machines physically look good, are clean and in work-ready condition can go a long way toward increasing your resale value 
John Deere’s 2022 ‘Own It’ Low Monthly Payment program now includes more machines
The program is available for a variety of compact and midsize equipment models, including select backhoe-loaders for the first time
Wisconsin solar panel installer credits success to adaptability and the right equipment mix
Arch Electric uses a wide range of compact equipment to serve a growing demand for solar energy in a northern climate ruled by extremes
Want to increase your ROI? Consider fleet management certification
The right training is key to creating efficiencies and elevating asset managers into increasingly valuable roles in their organizations
‘Crowdsource’ your daily log for a clearer picture of what’s happening on site
Digitizing check-in procedures can help contractors get an accurate read on what’s really happening on their job sites, as well as help measure project profitability
Rays Electrical shows how HDD operator training brings benefits far beyond the job itself
An investment in skilled labor training for horizontal directional drilling has paid big dividends for this Illinois contractor
6 objectives for improving workforce development
Here are six examples of organization objectives to consider in your effort to attract and retain the best people for your company
3 keys to bridging the labor mismatch in U.S. construction
McKinsey & Company outlines three ways the industry can begin to rebalance the upcoming jobs boom with the available workforce
Can text messages help solve construction’s labor shortage?
Leading experts on text-enabled recruiting tools weigh in on the future of hiring practices for contractors
Four things to consider before going electric
How fleet managers can prepare now for a future with electric construction equipment at its core
Are you eligible for a self-funded retirement plan?
Registered investment advisor and author of the book ‘Don’t Play Chicken With Your Nest Egg,’ Scott Eichler explains how an ESOP might be right for your construction business
10 traits of effective supervisors
Cultivating a sound set of leadership qualities can make the difference between building a productive and successful team environment and a toxic workplace
Women help fill labor gap in construction
Construction is one of the few industries where the number of jobs held by women increased since the start of the pandemic
8 fleet managers share tips for success in a rapidly changing role
Growing responsibilities within the role are changing what it means to be fleet manager in today’s construction business
Bottom line: Large companies must comply with OSHA’s Covid-19 ETS... for now
The U.S. Supreme Court has not yet ruled on the Emergency Temporary Standard, but it remains in effect for companies with 100 or more employees
Rent, lease or buy a skid steer? Here’s how to decide
Determining the best strategy for acquiring equipment involves a lot of variables, including your day-to-day needs as well as your financial wherewithal 
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