December 8th, 2022, is National Blue Collar Day, and LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth, is proudly looking forward to celebrating the [...]
October is officially “Careers in Construction Month,” and LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth will be joining nationwide efforts to raise awareness of the high-quality careers available to workers nationwide in the construction trade professions.
The U.S. construction industry is set to grow by 3% this year, according to a report by GlobalData, a data analytics and consulting company, and staffing agencies like LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth have been gearing up to meet the rising demand in the commercial construction business.
The ASA North Texas Chapter is highlighting Fall Prevention in construction during June 2022. Scott Boddy, General Manager at LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth, says, “We are excited to participate in the Association’s mission to increase awareness of fall hazards — and to stop fall fatalities and injuries in construction.”
“We make it our business to be experts in safety to ensure LEAD trade workers are properly educated in safe worksite practice and LEAD clients receive skilled, trained quality workers,” says LEAD General Manager Scott Boddy. “The amount of safety training and skilled experience a trade worker has can make a huge difference in a company’s safety risk.”
“Educating trade workers about the hazards of a job and teaching them how to recognize a safety risk are two ways any company can cut injuries in the workplace,” says Scott Boddy, General Manager of LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth.
A plan is a necessity to any project and can significantly impact a company’s profitability. In project planning, there is a timeline, and sticking to that timeline will nearly guarantee a project is completed on time and on budget – and what many call a successful result. But what happens when a project plan gets derailed by common timewasters on the job?
Companies are struggling to find skilled trade workers to fill high demand, vacant trade positions. As the year end is near, construction, industrial and manufacturing jobs continue to thrive. With this comes the need to fill these jobs with skilled trade workers.