New Law on waste and contaminated ground, key for ecological and digital transition
Sustainability is one of the most worrisome aspects in construction. This feeling has become stronger in recent years and as a result, the European Union has outlined some objectives concerning matters of prevention, collection, evaluation, reuse and recycling for 2025, 2030 and 2035. In order to comply with the established objectives, the Government has passed the Law 7/2022, of April 8, on waste and contaminated ground for the circular...
More technology, less work accidents in construction
Construction work has always been characterized as rough and, mostly dangerous. This leads to a very high index of work accidents, even in terms of accident rates, in comparison with other sectors
The construction industry is looking for qualified workers
The construction sector is going through a very good period as far as volume of work. So much so that construction employers have appealed to society to find qualified workers.
Outsourcing, a practice to debate
Companies outsource to other companies to focus efforts and resources on their core business. Although this is a common practice in the construction sector, a debate has recently arisen as to its suitability. Subcontracting must comply with the requirements stipulated by law, although the limit is easily blurred
The Construction Labor Foundation increases its documentary archive with new online tools
The Construction Labor Foundation, with financing from the State Foundation for the Prevention of Occupational Hazards, has created five interactive guides and two websites designated to training, information and technical consulting on matters related to the prevention of specific risks in construction