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Soft Skills

Soft Skills Training

If you are ready to head out into the construction industry because you have the proper training for operating heavy equipment and machinery, or you have the proper certifications for a specific job you may need to brush up on…

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Rigger

Rigger Certificate and Training

A certified rigger is a worker who has undergone the proper training to become certified to move loads. The specific certification level depends on the individual’s training, knowledge, experience, skill base, and ability to handle functions that pertain to the…

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Career in Skilled Trades

Careers in the Skilled Trades

Workers are always needed to do jobs that fall into the skilled trades category. These jobs include plumbing, masonry, carpentry, masons, plasterers, painters, glaziers, and any of the building trades. With more construction projects underway with a demand for more…

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Trench Safety

Trench Safety

Trenching and excavation are among the most dangerous jobs, according to the United States Department of Labor. OSHA’s definition of excavation is any trench, cavity, depression, or cut that is man-made on the surface of the earth made by the…

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Safe + Sound

Safe + Sound Week

Safe + Sound Week was observed during August and the week was a time to celebrate the successes of workplace safety and health programs. Throughout the week, information was made readily available for other tips to help improve workplace safety.…

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Skid Steer

Monthly Skid Loaders Task

Like any other machinery, skid loaders work best when they’ve been looked after. This means regular monthly inspections, cleaning, and maintaining every part of the machine. But the big question is, how often do you need to repeat your maintenance…

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