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Heavy Equipment Job Leads, March 11 2017

Are you an experienced truck driver? Are you interested in or have you ever considered a career as a truck driver? Becoming a truck driver or heavy equipment operator can open up exciting new job opportunities that span across the country. In fact, the following companies are looking for new and experienced truck drivers and crane operators who currently hold…

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5 Reasons You Should Enroll in Heavy Equipment Training Right Now

Heavy equipment operations is one of the most rewarding careers on the planet. Don't believe me? Here are five solid reasons you should enroll in a heavy equipment operations training course right now. You'll learn how to operate all of the most important heavy equipment you see on any job site. This includes backhoes, wheel loaders, scrapers, excavators, bulldozers, graders,…

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Subzero Conditions Affect Everything In Heavy Equipment

Much of the country is seeing extreme cold this month. But along with that cold, we are also seeing an increase in accidents because the cold affects both the equipment and the operator. Heavy equipment safety means understanding the difference a drop in temperature makes. Effects of Extreme Cold on Heavy Equipment When metal gets extremely cold, it becomes brittle.…

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3 Ways Freezing Affects Heavy Equipment Operations

Brrrrrr.....it's getting colder! Most heavy equipment operators don't have the luxury of putting their equipment in a heated location overnight, so when you come to work in the morning, that equipment is really cold. So cold, in fact, that things can change in the way that the machinery works. Here are three things to watch out for: frozen pipelines --…

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Less Training Results In More Accidents

Why have there been so many construction accidents in the past few years? A recent article on Equipment World's site by Wayne Grayson takes a look at the problem. OSHA official: Further increase in construction deaths likely; triggered by uptick in activity, less-experienced workers is a sobering assessment of safety on the jobsite. “We recently investigated deaths at jobsites in Kansas City,…

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