Monthly Archives: October 2018

Fall Protection tops OSHA Top 10

“The Top 10 represents the most frequently cited standards, and they are a good place to start for the employer in identifying hazards in their own workplace.” The top five violations remained unchanged for the fourth straight year, with Hazard … Continue reading

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Articulating Boom Loader Crane

Do you know about the articulating boom crane? Is it a crane? Is it a forklift? Here is what OSHA states pertaining to Articulating Boom Loader Cranes. 29 CFR 1926.1400 Sub-part CC Scope exclusions (c)(17) Material Delivery (i) Articulating/knuckle-boom truck cranes … Continue reading

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To succeed, planning alone is insufficie

To succeed, planning alone is insufficient. One must improvise as well. Isaac Asimov, writer and professor

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