Friday, December 19, 2008

Construction Classifieds Advertising

We have decided to use our large amounts of traffic to aid the construction industry in getting better exposure for their construction industry related classified ads. We feel with the type of industry we are in we can accomplish this, along with our sister site BNR Online Training which will have our classified banner on it as well. You will have the opportunity to post your ads to thoundsands of our online viewers a month at a very affordable price. Ads will start at $15.95 U.S. You will be able to post 2 pictures along with a 850 charactor description. You will have full control over your classifieds. You will be able to edit them any time you like. The BRight Construction Classifieds have a number of advertising packages to choose from.

What can I advertise there you ask? Well, you can advertise construction jobs, materials for sale, wanted ads, heavy machinery, safety equipment and more. As long as it is CONSTRUCTION RELATED. If we don't have a category for you let us no and we will see what we can do for you. Contact us if you would like to inquire about a custom advertising package for you or your company. Visit our classifieds today!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Brampton Company Fined $70,000

BRAMPTON, ON, Dec. 10 /CNW/ - A Brampton company pleaded guilty and was fined $70,000 in the Ontario Court of Justice on December 9, 2008, after a worker was injured. Justice of the Peace M. Eustaquio-Syme heard that on August 23, 2007. A temporary help agency employee supplied to the Brampton company was driving a "stand up" forklift with inadequate training and collided with a concrete-filled steel post. The worker, who suffered fractures to one leg, required surgery. The Brampton company was fined for failing, as an employer, to provide information, instruction and supervision to a worker to protect the health and safety of that worker. This was contrary to section 25(2)(a) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. In addition to the fine, the court imposed a 25-per-cent victim fine surcharge on the total, as required by the Provincial Offences Act. The surcharge is credited to a special provincial government fund to assist victims of crime.