Importance of Concrete Jersey Barriers at Construction Sites

There are many reasons for using safety barriers in the construction industry. But the main reason behind this is: to protect the workers and also the public. For instance, just imagine – a worker falling from a height, and injuring himself or perhaps the fall results in his death. What happens if this same worker falls on an unsuspecting person who happens to be just passing the construction site at the moment? Shocking right…! You and your company should be liable on two accounts, i.e. both the worker and the public.

Here comes the importance of concrete jersey barriers. Barriers are an important factor to be considered not only for the construction industry but also for window cleaning or other maintenance work where heights and risks are involved. Protecting your workers not only impacts positively on your company’s safety record but also gives a very positive message to your workers. … Read the rest

Lessons for Sales

Whether you’re a fan of Tom Brady or not, you’ve got to agree he’s a winner. In fact, if he and the Patriots win this week’s Super Bowl, he will break the tie with Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana of winning four Super Bowls. Tom Brady will have five, and he will be the best of the best.

There are lots of articles written about both Tom and coach Belichick, and the Patriots, and I read one last week that, yet again, provides a big lesson for all of us in sales.

The article talks about how, after a good practice, coach Belichick came down hard on Tom and admonished him to stop throwing so many times to his best receiver. Tom didn’t agree and pointed out that he was simply polishing his timing, but Belichick was adamant.

“Throw the ball to somebody else!” he said, in not so polite … Read the rest