You may be contemplating your next project. You have a lot to think about and many possible obstacles to tackle ahead of you. You don’t know the industry. You’re already busy at work to take on more. You don’t know what steps to take next.
According to the Department of Labor, a big mistake associated with construction projects comes from failing to maintain proper documentation and paperwork. Failing to track such things as work hours and required government reports, can lead to unsuccessful projects and hefty fines/citations.
In 2020, COVID-19 altered the landscape for future interactions with others in our facilities. We have implemented risk mitigation strategies to slow the spread of the virus. Strategies typically include social distancing measures, sanitizing stations, face mask policies, and temperature checks at entrances. While strategies like these can reduce the spread of illnesses like COVID-19, are they enough? Have you thought about the air you are breathing? What contaminants might you be breathing in? Air filtration is a valuable asset to any risk mitigation plan, preventing the spread of illness and other airborne contaminants.