Working in a construction site is hard labor and workers are always exposed to dangers while on the job. Accidents result to downtime in your business and loss of lives. Workers in this field are usually those who lack formal education. Despite the danger, they are left with no option but to take on this back breaking work rather than being unemployed. A Construction Safety Plan is one of the requirements before any work will be awarded to a contracting company. Some companies disregard the importance of this requirement while others rarely implement it. Still others claim they lack the capability and expertise to design a safety plan for their business need. For them, it is something complicated and an extremely tedious piece of paperwork. But are you willing to compromise the lives of your employees? Running a business is not just about the bottom line. Remember these are the same people who are responsible of completing your contracted work on schedule. They are your team whom you need to protect from accidents while under your employment. It is your responsibility to secure their safety, keep them informed on how to avoid accidents and make them understand the importance of a safety plan in construction work.
A clear timeline is the backbone of a solid project plan. Confusion related deadlines, and what is required for those deadlines, is a common problem many teams face while working on a project. That’s why it’s important to break your projects down into smaller tasks with staggered deadlines. How you actually visualize your timeline will play a big role in how readable and straightforward your timeline is. There are a lot of moving pieces that contribute to the completion of a project. It can be easy to lose track of different tasks. A mind map shows relationships between pieces of a whole.