Have You Been Injured in a Workplace Accident?

Written by Economic Development Jobs on October 17, 2017. Posted in Mobile crane training, Osha fall protection, Wedge socket termination

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Going to work should be about doing your job and earning a paycheck.
The day that you go to work and end up being injured, however, is he day that the going to work and earning a paycheck can change forever. From doctor’s and hospital bills to making rehabilitation appointments, recovering from a work injury is often a long process.
Companies know that work place accidents are life changing events and they are required by law to do everything that they can to make every work space safe. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is an agency whose main purpose is to make sure that work places across the country are safe. From outlining OSHA fall protection guidelines to co

How Safety Classes Can Reduce On Site Construction Accidents

Written by Economic Development Jobs on July 17, 2017. Posted in Osha fall protection, Single sheave block, Wire rope slings

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The construction industry is full of risk. Construction workers carry extremely heavy items and climb many stories, on a daily basis. Careful training and proper lifting equipment reduces worker risk and increases safety on the construction job. Additionally, fall protection courses ensure that workers are informed and prepared for any risky situation. Fall protection courses offer the following benefits to construction companies.

Increase in safety knowledge
Many work related accidents are due to poor training or a lack of safety regulations. Although OSHA has set minimum safety regulations for every construction job and equipment, many construction workers are not aware of these safety protocols. Requi