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How to Enforce Safety Compliance Without Micromanaging

Check out our latest article for OSHAcampus.com on how construction managers can maintain safety compliance without nagging or micromanaging. http://www.oshacampus.com/blog/how-to-enforce-osha-compliance/

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Keeping Your Construction Site Safe From Theft

Don’t miss our latest article for Construction Executive’s Risk Management newsletter on how to keep your equipment safe from theft: http://bit.ly/1pihMI3    

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How Strong Organization Saved Foster Farms from Regulatory Disaster

For years it appeared that Foster Farms, California’s largest producer of chicken, was doing an excellent job of keeping its meat salmonella-free. When the company conducted regular salmonella testing on chicken carcasses, they usually found no trace of the dangerous … Continue reading

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How Maintenance Software Can Help Guard Against Toxic Mold

Stories about the onset of mold-induced illness read like something out of a horror film. People who were perfectly healthy days or weeks ago develop sudden nosebleeds, rashes, headaches, and respiratory problems so severe that they must be hospitalized in … Continue reading

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Construction Executive Posts ManagerPlus Fleet Article

Be sure to head over the Construction Executive’s Tech Trends to check out the latest article by ManagerPlus. Learn how to find the right mobile fleet tracking for your operations: bit.ly/1usXcsS  

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Bearing in Mind the Importance of Metal

  Guest blog by Barton Henderson, Manager at Statewide Bearings All machine elements are subject to damage and malfunction. To minimize these damages, choosing the right part for the right job is essential. Every metal has its own specific properties and comes … Continue reading

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Can Pay-for-Performance Increase Equipment ROI?

On the surface, pay-for-performance programs seem to offer a straightforward way to boost output and other performance metrics. After all, nobody is going to pass up an opportunity to make more money, right? After years of pay-for-performance experiments in a … Continue reading

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How CMMS Helps Manufacturers Win Business

What started as a slow turnaround in manufacturing has lately started to look more like a full-fledged revival. July marked the 14th straight month of expansion for the sector, and the Institute of Supply Management’s manufacturing index reached its highest … Continue reading

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2 Ways to Spot Problem Employees with Maintenance Software

Mistakes happen, but every company has to draw the line somewhere. How many mistakes have to be made—and how costly do those mistakes have to be—before a company must take disciplinary action, hire a new employee, or switch vendors? Like … Continue reading

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Reducing Regulatory Costs: 5 Reasons to Ditch Paper Systems for Maintenance Software

Debates over the effectiveness and necessity of government regulations have long been a fixture of political debates. The question is usually whether, or to what extent, government agencies should intervene in the economy to protect citizens from the costs or … Continue reading

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