Knowledge is power, and on-site knowledge is safety. Make sure everyone is on the same page with structured and recorded toolbox meetings.
Construction work is a messy business. A tidy site throughout the day is one way of reducing the number of hazards. Access and escape routes should also be kept clear at all times.
Signs and procedures are in place for a reason. A construction risk assessment saves anyone being put at risk unnecessarily. All workers should know it and understand it.
Near misses can be detrimental. The sooner problems are resolved, the less chance there is for accidents. Reporting anything unsafe on-site to a supervisor and the rest of the team can save lives.
Your hard hat. Your safety boots. Your hi-viz. You know the stuff. Make sure you are fully kitted up on-site to reduce the risk of any mishaps or worse, fatal accidents.