Using artificial intelligence to scan construction-site photos and video to spot issues that can affect performance, quality and safety, a tech startup has landed a strategic investor with millions of such images that can be used to improve the technology.
Following a partial tunnel collapse in May at Hanford’s Plutonium Uranium Extraction Plant, a facility unused since the 1980s, a report from DOE and its contractor for the area, CH2M Hill Plateau Remediation Co., says a second facility tunnel, which once processed chemicals needed in nuclear production, does not meet current standards.
During this webinar, a professional litigator offers her perspective on the risk pitfalls that derail most construction projects. She’ll discuss do’s and don’ts from her experience counseling and representing engineers to resolve disputes during the project, before litigation, and in litigation.
In this webinar, ENR will sit down with industry experts to hear about best practices for identifying, tracking and mitigating risk, and their predictions for where risk management practices are headed in the future.
As of September 23, 2017, OSHA will begin to enforce the new ruling with employers to limit employee exposure to crystalline silica dust to 50 μg/m3 or lower, averaged over an 8-hour day. During this webinar, we will cover what the OSHA regulation addresses and why it’s important, as well as resources to help you start to address compliance.
More states are now legalizing marijuana, which presents new risks for contractors in a world where an employee’s cannabis use no longer crosses the line. Legal, safety & human resources experts from contracting firms will explain how they are keeping jobsites drug free, while avoiding costly legal challenges.