Do you have a problem with employees arriving to work late? We all know that employee tardiness is a significant problem in terms of productivity and the morale of your other team members.
Over the last several months, we’ve reviewed the most important skills that riggers need to bring to the table in the shipyard and other shipping applications.
There are many potential hazards within a shipyard. Your welders, for example, are often working in tight spaces with hot materials, fire, and heavy safety gear.
Did you know that the right work boot can make all the difference in a shipyard? You need to take into consideration all of the aspects from comfort to safety when you buy your next pair of work boots.
It’s been the same for time and memorial. An employee isn’t working out on the job, and they’re fired.
Rigging is an essential part of the shipping industry. Large materials need to be hoisted into position using very specific equipment.
Are you new to shipyard management? If so, you may expect to make a few mistakes along the way. It’s normal and a part of learning something new.
Has this happened to you? You see a job posting and think it would be a great place to work. But as you read the list of qualifications, you start to second guess whether you’re even remotely qualified.
We’re getting closer to ringing in 2020. None of us know what this next decade will bring, so we need to take it one step at a time.
If you’ve been thinking about a path as a professional rigger, there are some things you’ll need to know.