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Crews Find Human Bones at Santa Ana Construction Site

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) Construction was halted recently when contractors uncovered human bones six ft. underground while digging a trench at the future site of a streetcar maintenance yard in Southern California, officials said....


Protect Your Equipment From the Summer Heat

When most of us picture vehicle breakdowns, we think of wintry temperatures and snowdrifts. But for those in the heavy industries, hot weather can cause just as much wear and tear on vehicles and equipment....


Carhartt Inc. Announces Launch of Carhartt Company Gear

Carhartt will launch its Carhartt Company Gear program on Jan. 16, 2019. With the new Carhartt Company Gear service model, the 130 year-old brand will provide a wide range of businesses with its familiar rugged, durable products....


John Deere Mulching Head Shreds Wood in Minutes

John Deere continues to provide best-in-class vegetation management with the addition of the MH60D mulching head to its Worksite Pro lineup. Designed to remove 8-in. (20-cm) trees and 12-in. (30.5-cm) stumps with ease, the MH60D model shreds underbrush and woody materials into beneficial mulch in minutes....


Construction Site Safety Checklist for Heavy Equipment Operators

Any construction site employs heavy equipment to boost productivity and finish the project on time. But while heavy earthmoving equipment brings operational efficiency it also invites safety issues. In fact, every year operators are injured or even killed on site due to electrical hazards or from being struck by heavy mobile equipment - according to OSHA, approximately 75 percent of struck-by fatalities on construction sites involve heavy equipment likes cranes and trucks....


Safeguard Your Assets: 6 Steps to Secure Your Jobsite

Construction brings many opportunities to many different people. Communities experiencing an intense building spree can usually look forward to more foot traffic or an influx of new businesses. Unfortunately, this progress can also attract thieves and vandals, as the busy construction site of the day turns into one of the quietest spots at night when work stops....


Ford Recalls F-150 Pickups: What You Need to Know

Ford recently recalled around 2 million F-150 pickup trucks across North America due to a seat belt issue, where the belts spark and ignite fires. The recall covers vehicles between 2015 and 2018, and follows an investigation from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that began in August 2018 about fires in the trucks, the Chicago Tribune reported....


Cat Footwear Launches the Excavator XL With SuperDutyXL iTechnology for Autumn/Winter 2018

In celebration of the 10-year anniversary of Cat Footwear's proprietary SuperDuty iTechnology, the global footwear manufacturer will release an update entitled SuperDutyXL iTechnology for the Autumn/Winter 2018 season....


Choosing the Right Work Boots for Your Job

Choosing the right boot for your job can be tricky, especially with so many makes and models out there. However, having the right footwear so that you feel comfortable and protected while at work can certainly make your workday easier....


Gilbane Implements Wearable Safety Technology on Job Sites

Gilbane Building Company is raising the bar for the construction industry when it comes to safety with its latest implementation of wearable devices that detect slips, trips and falls on the job, triggering an automatic alert to designated site personnel including medics....







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