Monthly Archives: January 2017

Rigger 101

Congratulations to the newest addition to the rigging world. These students after calculation, measuring and determining the correct way to rig a load have joined the world of qualified riggers. On what was a very windy and cold day, they … Continue reading

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What is wrong with this Crane?

While performing an overhead crane inspection, as I looked up to the crane from the ground this is the first thing that got my attention. What do you see wrong in this picture? How do you think this happened? What … Continue reading

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Aerial / Scissor Lift Training

Wish to congratulate the most recent graduates of the Aerial / Scissor Lift Training held in Shelby, North Carolina. Some of the discussions during the classroom session were about the different types of fall protection. Some students was able to … Continue reading

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#forklift training safety is a must http

#forklift training safety is a must http://ow.ly/W1YY308ousb

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OSHA began requiring employers to report

OSHA began requiring employers to report severe injuries in 2015, the agency has recorded on average more than seven amputations a day.

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4,836 workers were killed on the job in

4,836 workers were killed on the job in the United States in 2015 increase from the 4,821 died in 2014 fatal workplace injuries 3.43 to 3.38

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#osha recordkeeping cite employers after

#osha recordkeeping cite employers after limitations #obama final rule http://ow.ly/fFDe308dsTJ

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