MindForge VP and co-founder Shahin Aftabizadeh discusses with Pepper Construction's Ben Ross how to use technology to improve training and protect your people and bottom line during the Indiana Safety & Health Conference.
MindForge co-founders Stokes McIntyre and Shahin Aftabizadeh discuss how their jobsite communications platform works across smartphones and other devices to everyone involved with the construction project, even if they aren’t on your payroll.
From disrupted supply chains to shifts to remote work environments, no industry has gone untouched by the effects of COVID-19, and construction is no exception.
Data from the Gallup Organization suggests that 85% of the global workforce is not engaged in their jobs, resulting in an economic consequence of approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity.
Safety huddles that make a difference on construction projects exercise the workforce’s ability to Observe, Orient, Decide and Act quickly, effectively and safely
Making the right decision in high pressure, dangerous situations goes beyond training; it has to be a mindset that’s easily accessible and quickly deployed. Those on the frontline — both in the military and the construction industry — often have one split second to make a decision that prevents serious injuries and fatalities.
Year after year, construction is ranked as one of the most dangerous jobs in America. The following construction tips will help to keep the entire organization working effectively, efficiently and above all else, safely.
Construction was recently listed in the top 10 most dangerous jobs in America by CNBC. So when it comes to day-to-day operations, what can construction managers do to ensure workers receive the information they need to produce quality work and stay safe on the job?
Construction teams face countless risks every day due to high-risk project environments, fluid workforces and a communication disconnect between the organization and its jobsite workers.
For the past eight months, Berglund has worked closely with MindForge as part of a design partner program to test innovative ways to use the technology company’s new behavior-based training platform on one of our construction projects.
Construction software platform MindForge has rolled out a contactless orientation feature that allows for the safe onboarding of jobsite workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the MindForge platform, you’ll connect the home office with the front line and build a culture of safety and quality, reducing the number of workers comp claims and saving you money.