10 Important Tips for Growing a Long-Lasting Contractor Business

10 Important Tips for Growing a Long-Lasting Contractor Business

Independent contractors are the lifeblood of the construction industry, and without them it would...

admin April 26, 2017

12 Safety Tips Every Contractor Can Use

1. Put Near Misses on Notice Learn to recognize when you’ve had a near...

admin March 24, 2017

Industry Deaths Happen, Can They Be Prevented?

Along with most industry professionals, here at American Contractors Organization, we try to keep...

admin March 13, 2017

March is Ladder Safety Awareness Month

If you’ve never heard of “Ladder Safety Awareness Month”, there’s probably good reason for...

admin March 8, 2017

Reducing Injury Rates Among Young Workers

As a general contractor, you’re required to fill each position of need with a...

admin February 21, 2017
OSHA Discourages Post-Incident Drug Testing

OSHA Discourages Post-Incident Drug Testing

Article Courtesy of NASP Most companies require drug and alcohol testing after a workplace...

admin August 8, 2016
Are Your Workers Safe in The Summer Heat?

Are Your Workers Safe in The Summer Heat?

OSHA has partnered up with the National Weather Service. What does this mean for...

admin August 8, 2016
Avoiding Driving Fines as Contractors

Avoiding Driving Fines as Contractors

  Are you at Risk of Unnecessary Driving Fines? The construction industry has a...

admin May 2, 2016

Don't forget the small stuff

Fatal injuries are certainly a huge cause for concern at your job site –...

admin March 23, 2016
The Number 1 Most Frequent Safety Violation of 2015

The Number 1 Most Frequent Safety Violation of 2015

Last year, a staggering 7,400+ safety violations were related to Fall Protection. According to...

admin March 16, 2016
Avoid $20,000 fines due to non-compliance with lead paint!

Avoid $20,000 fines due to non-compliance with lead paint!

Unsafe renovations happen, and happen all too often. Our goal, along with the EPA,...

Cecilia DeLaRosa March 14, 2016