What You Need To Know About General Induction Training

Education & Development Blog

Construction is one of the most involved industries. Construction activities go on every day. With advancements in technology and other systems, construction activities and methods can also change considerably. Therefore, many people that are new to this industry may have to undertake a general induction training. This training aims to provide basic knowledge on various legislative requirements related to occupational safety and health in construction. The training also seeks to provide an understanding of the principles of risk management at the construction work sites and the prevention of illnesses or injuries in the construction industry.

18 May 2016

Leaf It to Me - Fun Ways to Look at the Leaves Falling


As the leaves start to fall in autumn, it's a great time to sit back and reflect on what the changes in season mean. Many young children are intrigued by these changes so incorporating some learning about leaves can be a fun exercise for the kids at a child care centre.  Leaf art Leaves have interesting shapes and patterns. You can explore these in a visual and tactile way by placing leaves of different shapes and sizes under a sheet of paper and gentle rubbing over them with a crayon.

28 April 2016

Tips to Furnishing a High School Library

Education & Development Blog

A school library has to be comfortable if any students are going to make use of it. The key to this would be getting school chairs that are comfortable, but there are also a number of other things that you could consider. Consider the floor plan of the library The first thing would be to figure out the floor plan of the library itself. This will give you an idea of where you would want your shelves, tables, and school chairs to be.

5 April 2016

3 Basic Questions about Concrete Sealing Answered

Construction & Contractors Blog

Even though concrete is solid, it can absorb liquids exactly like a sponge because it is an extremely porous material. From water to greases, vehicle oil, and grime, various liquids can seep into the concrete's pores. Once absorbed, these liquids are extremely hard to remove from the surface. By sealing your concrete, you will cover these pores and thus, liquids won't be able to seep into them. Ultimately, this will help prolong the life of your concrete by a few years.

13 July 2015