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Do You Know What’s Below? Call Before You Dig!

Do You Know What’s Below? Call Before You Dig!

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CHANHASSEN, MN (August, 9, 2017) – With August 11th almost here, KorTerra, Inc. hopes this day on the calendar, 8/11, will serve as a natural reminder for residents to call 811 prior to any digging project to have underground utility lines marked. Every six minutes an underground utility line is  … Read More

DICA will feature new and updated Outrigger Pad and Cribbing Products at ICUEE

DICA will feature new and updated Outrigger Pad and Cribbing Products at ICUEE

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August 7, 2017 (Guthrie Center, Iowa) DICA will introduce Cavity Pad Plus outrigger pads and show design updates to ProStack™ interlocking cribbing from Booth 3551 at the International Construction & Utility Equipment Expo (ICUEE), to be held Oct. 3-5 in Louisville, Ky.

The Cavity Pad Plus model joins the company’s SafetyTech®  … Read More

Peterson Introduces Its New 290 Series LED License/Utility Lights

Peterson Introduces Its New 290 Series LED License/Utility Lights

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GRANDVIEW, MO (July 2017) — Peterson continues to introduce new and innovative USA-made lights with a versatile new item: the 290 series LED License/Utility light. Boasting a compact, rugged design and single-diode Great White® LED efficiency, the 290 series packs big performance into a small package.

Peterson engineers leveraged the company’s advanced manufacturing  … Read More

Safety: Excavation and Trenching Dangers

Safety: Excavation and Trenching Dangers

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Workplace safety solution professionals: How many times do we see excavation and sewer workers working unprotected in trenches? Trenches are literally filled with a variety of potential safety and environmental hazards. Cave-ins are perhaps the most feared trenching hazard as one cubic yard of soil can weigh as much as a car. Asphyxiation due to  … Read More

OSHA and NIOSH Team Up to Offer Updated Heat Safety App

OSHA and NIOSH Team Up to Offer Updated Heat Safety App

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The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and OSHA have collaborated to update OSHA’s original Heat Safety Tool. The updated app, available for both Android and iPhone, provides a clearer user interface, while still providing the same information to help keep workers safe when working outdoors in hot weather. Extreme  … Read More



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