Construction

Workplace Safety: Top 4 Ways to Prevent Falls on the Job

Posted by Ryan Cox on January 24, 2022

The U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics has shared good news. According to them, private industry employers reported 2.7 million workplace injuries and illnesses in 2020. This is down by almost 5.8% from 2019. While a downward trend is great news, there's bad…

Loiterer Arrested inside Idle Vehicle at New Home Construction Site

Posted by Sidney Sommer on January 21, 2022

Trespassers can have a major impact on a construction project. If materials and/or equipment is stolen, if the project is damaged in any way, or if someone gets injured, you could be dealing with big delays and financial loss.

5 Video Surveillance Trends for 2022

Posted by Shawna Ivy on January 17, 2022

No doubt, everyone is tired of the crisis. But the reality is that it still requires adapting and doing things differently. It has hit the supply chain hard creating serious and expensive bottlenecks. It has affected employment as many people lost their jobs, which created…

5 Ways to Boost Construction Site Productivity

Posted by Paul Gross on January 13, 2022

The construction industry is a relatively recession-proof one, as there is always a need for construction. However, the high cost of materials and the growing number of thefts are affecting the bottom line. Additionally, the industry also faces cost overruns, challenging…

Loitering on Construction Site Leads to Arrest

Posted by Arun Mankotia on January 11, 2022

Any time a construction site is unmanned, it can invite trespassers. Especially when a gate is left open. The intruders could not only cause significant and costly damage to the project, they could harm themselves in the process.

Trespasser Arrested for Trying to Steal Construction Materials

Posted by Ryan Palmer on December 28, 2021

For some individuals, construction sites are very tempting. They are filled with heavy-duty equipment, lumber, tools – all valuable items to vandals seeking a high from damaging things and thieves looking to steal and re-sell such items. The following video shows Stealth’s…

4 Ways to Prevent Dangerous Crimes on Construction Sites

Posted by Ryan Cox on December 21, 2021

Unfortunately, construction site thefts have grown more dangerous. Bold thieves do whatever they need to do to achieve their goals. They don't care about the damage they leave behind. As if worrying about construction site worker safety isn't enough, construction companies also…

What Are the Best Ways to Enhance Workplace Safety?

Posted by Matthew Clark on December 17, 2021

The National Safety Council estimates work injuries in 2019 cost $171 billion in medical expenses, productivity loss, and administrative costs. In the same year, 105 million days were lost due to injuries with 70 million occurring in 2019. The rest occurred in previous years and…