Where you place your office trailer at your site can have a tremendous impact on workflow, productivity, safety and costs. Watch this short video to learn how to choose the best place for your office trailer at your site.
Learning to recognize hazards and establishing a low risk tolerance is the first and, perhaps, most important step toward instilling a climate of safety and reducing costs associated with poor safety performance.
What’s your Risk Tolerance? Does your team know how to recognize and correct hazards on the job site? Unsafe work behaviors are increased by inattention as a result of repetition and/or becoming complacent and overconfident with the job task. The result is an increase in unsafe behaviors that cause work-related injuries.
Hazard recognition requires daily practice. Teaching workers to evaluate every task or situation over the course of a project can have a tremendous impact on safety awareness and [Read more…] about Understanding and Evaluating Hazard Recognition and Risk Tolerance
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards are established to achieve a simple goal: Keep workers safe. Keeping compliant with OSHA standards does not guarantee an injury-free workplace. OSHA regulations are the minimum required standards. Failure to comply with OSHA regulations, however small or insignificant they may appear, can dramatically increase the likelihood of worker injuries.
Worker safety is always the first priority. With that said, there’s a business side to safety in construction and the real cost of bad construction site safety can put construction businesses out of business. As you consider the cost of providing a safe and complaint workplace, here’s a look at the fallout from cutting costs and corners when it comes to [Read more…] about The Real Cost of Bad Construction Site Safety
Now that the lease on your building is coming to an end, what are your next steps? Well, you have some options. ModSpace will contact you by phone or email approximately 60 days before your lease of three months or more expires with the options to renew, relocate or return your ModSpace office trailer. There are three ways to get the process started: by responding to your end-of-lease email, through our mobile app, The Hub, or by contacting our Customer Service team. Here’s a brief look at the process for each.
Renew Your Office Trailer Lease
Renewing the lease on your office trailer is a simple process that can be completed in as little as a few minutes. Renewing your lease before it expires locks in your rate for the duration of the contract. Once your new terms are set, we’ll email you your new lease which can be accepted with a digital signature. No snail mail required.
If you’re not ready to renew, but need your building for a little longer, leasing month-to-month is also an option. Please contact us for your new rate.
Relocate Your Office Trailer
Relocating an office trailer refers to moving a building from your site to another location where you will continue to use it. Only ModSpace and its designated representatives are authorized to move buildings. We can move your building to a new location at any time in [Read more…] about How to Renew, Relocate or Return Your ModSpace Office Trailer
It’s no secret that injuries and fatalities on the job site are a costly mistake. Nonetheless, the Bureau of Labor Statics recorded 899 construction-related fatalities in 2014. That’s more than 20 percent of all workplace fatalities. It’s a powerful incentive to go the extra mile to keep the workplace safe, but so is the likely impact on your bottom line.
We’ll talk next week about the many costs associated with poor safety performance. But first, here are some safety performance terms, types of OSHA violations [Read more…] about What Every Construction Firm Needs to Know about Safety Performance Ratings and OSHA Penalties
Modular buildings can be used and reused for almost any temporary or permanent need, from administrative offices to hospitality suites to remote medical facilities. Small modular facilities can be operational in days, while larger modular structures are commonly ready in a few weeks, and for less than building new. Watch this brief video to learn why businesses choose used modular buildings to add space quickly.