Cranes are an integral part of any construction project. Designed to hoist extremely large and heavy materials, cranes can be a true asset to any large scale job. Like with other heavy equipment, operating cranes can be a dangerous task if they are not properly maintained or operated correctly. OSHA has set strict guidelines to ensure that all overhead cranes are operated safely. If you own or operate these machines, here are some things you should know in order to ensure you remain compliant with OSHA safety rules.
Pneumatic tools such as air impact wrenches and air compressors need a lot of careful maintenance and proper handling to work properly. It's more than greasing joints and keeping the tools out of harm's way; pneumatic tools have small, sensitive parts that regulate how air is distributed and can render a tool useless if sand gets into the system or if a nozzle is dropped at the wrong angle. To keep your tools and their connections safe for longer, dependable performance, take a look at a few maintenance and storage points.
After I started working for a big business, I realized that their manufacturing processes were a little troubled. I had worked in several factories before, so I knew some different tips that could really help them. I started talking with them about ways to make things better, and they seemed to really appreciate the input. Within a few months, things were moving along better and I even got promoted because of the helpful advice. This blog is here to help any company to make better decisions regarding its industrial and manufacturing plant. You never know how much time and money it could save you in the long run.