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How To Safely Use Jackhammers

When operating jackhammers, a certain technique needs to be applied in order to ensure that no damage is done to people and the work environment. Generally used to drill through hard surfaces, such as concrete and asphalt, the power tool is strong and hard to control. 305 more words


Tips For Preventing Theft On Your Worksite

Theft has a serious effect on your business. It increases the cost of operation and expenses, reduces your confidence and that of your employees, and decreases your profits. 382 more words


Shingle Roof Repair - The Alternative Of Using Roof Repair Tiles

Roofing treatments that have individual elements overlapping known as roof repair tiles. The elements are often rectangular or standard in shape.

They are put in rows without the circumstance of edges that are overlapping on the sides. 309 more words

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Crucial Tips for Preventing Construction Site Accidents

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the majority of the 4,101 construction worker fatalities that occurred in the private industry in 2013 were due to four fatal accident threats.   763 more words

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New Redvector Course: Design of Buildings Using Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF)

RedVector is excited to announce the launch of a brand new mobile-ready eLearning course on ICFs!

This course is intended to present a comparison of engineering analysis approaches to the design of building structures for Insulated Concrete Forms. 169 more words


Emphasizing Safety Is Just Good Business

Construction is serious business.  It involves moving and working with very heavy materials, frequently at heights.  In other cases, construction workers are operating in tight, confined spaces.  585 more words

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