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18-Feb-2019 16:48 PM

Debunking The Most Common Construction Safety Myths

Safety is a priority for every construction company. Just how much they prioritize safety depends on a case-to-case basis.  For a lot of construction companies, they have firm beliefs in misconceptions and myths that, more often than not, cost them more money and put them, as well as their workers, in tremendous risk for workplace-related accidents.  Below, you’l

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12-Feb-2019 11:25 AM

Ultimate Guide To Passing Forklift Operator Tests

Before you go for a forklift operator training course in Singapore you need to be aware of what the training offers. Apart from excellent forklift driving skills, a good course will equip you with the following skills: operational checks, workplace hazards, racking pallets, roll cages, handling symbols, refuelling, and general safe practices. You will also go through some theory on fork

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04-Feb-2019 10:35 AM

Why Your Warehouse Staff Need Training on Equipment

Training in the warehouse is vital for many reasons. From a financial standpoint, training is often needed as a result of monetary investment in new technology, facilities or equipment.  From a customer satisfaction point of view, the proficiency of warehouse staff affects the speed at which merchandise moves in and out of a warehouse and from a safety perspective, staff absenteeis

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28-Jan-2019 16:09 PM

Expert Tips On How To Overcome Warehouse Trouble Spots

Running an efficient warehouse is an ideal all managers and business owners strive for. Warehouse operations are often interlinked and interdependent. If you are not careful in ensuring its efficiency, the warehouse can easily turn into a cash hole and productivity inhibitor. An inefficiently operated warehouse that doesn’t the take time to identify errors or malfunctions and fix

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21-Jan-2019 12:28 PM

Smart Ways To Promote Workplace Safety

Each year, there are various reports from the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) about serious injuries and fatalities that occur at the workplace. In the first half of 2018, there were 20 fatalities in Singapore’s workplaces, most of which were caused by improper working methods. Although the government provides standardized construction safety courses that are mandatory, a majority of t

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14-Jan-2019 18:12 PM

The True Cost of Not Adhering to Workplace Safety Rules

For many organizations, workplace safety rules are often seen as an inconvenience. They view government demands for workplace safety as a clog in the system that inhibits productivity through restrictive rules and overly conservative procedures. Some managers wrongfully view workplace safety as a “necessary evil” that inhibits operational excellence. Nothing can be further f

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