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  • EM LINE 300 DEG 5/16"; - Certex USA
    loading EM LINE 300 DEG 5 16 0 35 10000 in stock Add to Quote Cart SKU CX01 9600 105 Category SPECIALITY ROPE Description Unit of Measure By the foot Location Bakersfield Additional Notes 10000 Go Back To SPECIALITY ROPE

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  • Safe Practices for Construction Sites - Certex USA
    Some of the biggest hazards to construction workers are involved in providing crane services to clients Phoenix crane service providers recommend checking the area for any potential hazards both in the air and on the ground Power lines buildings and trees can all cause serious damage to a crane and its operator Operators should check manuals and fluid levels and look for electrical or manual issues any time they acquire a new crane Industrial chain slings wire ropes and marine ropes that are used to lift heavy items should be checked for cracks fraying and breaks before use Faulty equipment is often a cause of construction related accidents but routine inspections can keep everyone safe Phoenix cranes aren t the only safety hazard at construction sites Sometimes the biggest danger to a construction worker is him or herself Workers should wear safety equipment like hard hats steel toed boots and thick work gloves any time they are at the work site Proper lifting techniques go a long way toward preventing back strain and using ergonomic tools can prevent carpal tunnel and tendonitis To prevent slips and falls many construction sites provide industrial rescue courses to instruct workers about how to react in case of emergency in addition to how to prevent the emergency in the first place Whether the construction site is for a small project like building a house or utilizes crane services to put together a sky scraper safety should be the utmost priority of everyone involved By taking proper precautions against accidents and injuries construction workers can ensure that the work site is safe for everyone Share this Email Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Categories Categories Select Category CARGO CONTROL 1 General 8 Safety Training

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  • Don't Neglect Safety During Summer Construction - Certex USA
    a few hours so it is also important to reapply sunscreen at regular intervals Hats and long sleeves are also key unlike sunscreen garments will stay put reliably protecting workers from the sun during their entire shifts Finally anyone doing physical labor outside in the sun for hours at a time should make certain to drink plenty of water and stay adequately hydrated Don t View Rainy Days As A Free Pass After a dry spell or a streak of particularly hot weather construction workers may welcome the chance to work in the rain While it may certainly help bring temperatures down and keep workers cool that s not all rain and precipitation can do Unfortunately rain can also make surfaces very slippery and possibly unsafe if companies and workers do not follow necessary precautions For example workers should use lifting chains and lifting slings to transport particularly heavy objects and materials review fall arrest training and fall protection courses and utilize fall protection equipment as necessary Summer presents a host of challenges for workers in the construction industry Companies can keep workers safe by making certain they stay hydrated and cool during dry spells and by using lifting slings

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  • Three Most Important Safety Tips For Construction Workers - Certex USA
    with best practices for the situation Inspections Are A Must As of May 2013 construction workers earned an average of 26 09 per hour That s not shabby pay as long as they re staying safe Managers and construction workers alike can help by following basic safety training guidelines For example workers should always carefully inspect tools and equipment before using them Slings should have edge protection just in case they come into contact with sharp edges or materials Anyone working with rigging should inspect it before using Prepare For Another Day s Work Believe it or not one of the most important parts of construction worker safety is packing up and storing traditional and safety equipment correctly Workers should never knot rigging for example Rigging should be carefully stowed in a clean dry environment How can and should construction workers stay safe Working on a construction site or even in a shipyard can be perfectly safe with the right training and equipment Managers should always order equipment specific to the job at hand and employees should carefully inspect all equipment rigging and scaffolding prior to working Share this Email Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply You must

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  • Three Precautions for Safety - Certex USA
    anything whether it is writing or construction safety starts with the basics Just like aspiring writers should start with the basics spelling and grammar construction workers and their supervisors should start with the fundamentals of safety training All workers should wear necessary personal protective equipment PPE including hard hats and steel toe boots for example Carefully Inspect Winter Construction Sites At any time of year doing a walk through of construction sites at the beginning of the day is a good idea In winter it s absolutely necessary Inspect ladders and scaffolding for ice and snow Don t just look for obvious signs also consider the possibility of less blatant hazards such as black ice Some equipment such as protective equipment that can withstand cold stress and fall arrest equipment is especially important to use during this time of year Use Portable Heaters With Caution In addition to providing safety guidelines OSHA also inspects construction sites and equipment to keep projects as safe as possible Project managers should make sure that all equipment is properly maintained and routinely inspected for signs of wear This includes equipment used during the winter For some construction projects using portable heaters during the winter may be necessary and that s fine if the necessary precautions are taken Always make certain heaters have been inspected and keep them a safe distance from any combustible or flammable materials Training is necessary year round In winter however there is a little more to making sure that employees stay safe Wear weather appropriate PPE inspect any portable heaters and watch out for hazards like black ice Share this Email Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Categories Categories Select Category CARGO CONTROL 1 General 8 Safety Training 4

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  • Checkout - Certex USA
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  • 2 5/8" 6X37 IWRC EIP RRL; DOM - Certex USA
    Training Locations About Contact Home GENERAL PURPOSE 2 5 8 6X37 IWRC EIP RRL DOM loading 2 5 8 6X37 IWRC EIP RRL DOM 14 50 134 in stock Add to Quote Cart SKU CX01 0135 201 Category GENERAL PURPOSE Description Unit of Measure By the foot Location Houston Additional Notes 134 Go Back To GENERAL PURPOSE All Products CERTEX FOR CERTAINTY IS MORE THAN A STATEMENT IT S A

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  • GENERAL PURPOSE Archives - Page 2 of 5 - Certex USA
    EIP RRL DOM 134 SKU CX01 0135 201 134 in stock 14 50 Add to Quote Cart 2 7 8 6X37 IWRC EIP RRL DOM 458 SKU CX01 0137 201 458 in stock 18 50 Add to Quote Cart 2 3 4 6X37 EIP IWRC RLL W R DOMESTIC 32 SKU CX01 0136 RLLD 201 32 in stock 8 25 Add to Quote Cart 3 1 2 6X37 IWRC EIP

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