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MSHA Certification – What you need to know

MSHA, or Mine safety and Health Administration, certification is the proof of training or retraining within the mining industry as outlined by the Administration, which is required for various jobs within the mining industry. The most common mining training is found under the Title 30 CFR – Part 46 regulations, which stipulates that new miners must complete a minimum of…

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Getting Out Among The Trees

Getting Out Among The Trees

Working in the heavy machinery industry brings so many options for a varied career, whether its operating a crane, building office blocks in the cities, or building roads right across the country, but for some, it can mean a life in the forest, but what machines are used in forestry work if that sounds like your kind of job? Some…

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OSHA Crane Safety Regulations

OSHA Crane Safety Regulations

Modern technology and high training standards means that safety records are better than ever today, but when cranes are involved, safety should never be taken for granted. As loads have become bigger and sites more complex, the need to create a platform for safety standards and accepted practice that took modern innovation into account was noted by OSHA at the…

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As The Temperatures Rise For Summer, Road Repair Works Increase Too

As the temperatures rise for summer, road repair works increase too

While some states have fairly consistent climates and avoid the issue, all over the country the effects of as change from the cold, winter temperatures to the very warm summer ones are being seen in the roads that connect our towns and cities together. For the heavy machinery industry this is regular, reliable construction work that is happening somewhere in…

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Discover The Construction Industry

Some of us don’t think much about it, until they start to build a new building near our home or work.  Then, we usually just complain about how the construction affects traffic and slows everything down. But stop to think about it: what would life be without construction; without heavy equipment? Before heavy equipment, everything was done by hand. Picks…

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