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Recent posts on industry news, insightful information and anecdotes.

Certification Reinforcement by OSHA

OSHA has issued a Memorandum regarding the necessity and requirement of Crane Certifications. OSHA issued this Enforcement policy to forewarn the public...

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Changes in NCCCO Certification Requirements

Effective January first, many changes will come into play with NCCCO. As an example, their most recent announcement is in regard to removing the eligibility requirement for a physical evaluation.

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Load Planning

The key to being successful in any job is proper planning. Benjamin Franklin put it best when he said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” This statement holds a lot of truth in the construction industry.

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Operator Evaluations: Are You Prepared

Are you fully aware of the recent changes to OSHA Standards? Would you be prepared and ready to be questioned and visited by OSHA? There are many things to consider when you have a crane operator, and one of which is, “have they been properly evaluated?”.

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Snow at New Heights

With winter upon us, there are many things we need to remember in order to keep ourselves and others safe. It is important to keep in mind all of the simple ways we can ensure that we are taken care of both physically, and financially. There are many ways the cold, snowy weather can affect our jobs and our lives - be sure that you are on top of your game, while you're working at new heights.

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Technology Within The Industry

Technology is constantly being altered and developed to improve the world around us. Apps are being utilized within all sorts of industries, including construction.

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What is the "Price" of Taking a Shortcut?

Think about the job that you do every day; you probably feel pretty proud of the work that you put in and the product that you deliver, right? But are you able to deliver that type of quality work every time? Are we being asked to do a job that we have not been trained to do…or one that we do not have the correct tools or materials to perform?

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