Safety

Safety is essential in the equipment rental world. Read on for safety tips and guides for different types of equipment, including aerial lifts, forklifts, manlifts, and more. Also, learn other strategies for being safe on a construction jobsite, such as the best way to protect your ears from loud noises.
The Ultimate Guide to Designing and Navigating Spaces for People with Vision Impairment

Blindness, low vision, vision loss, and visually impaired are all terms commonly used in relation to people who cannot see well. According to the World Health Organization, approximately 1.3 billion people around the globe live with a vision impairment of some sort.

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15 Essential Forklift Safety Tips Your Team Needs to Know

We cover 15 important rules to follow for forklift safety to ensure everyone on your team safely handles these powerful machines.

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Essential Scissor Lift Safety Tips

When operating a scissor lift, it’s essential that all users are thoroughly trained to avoid tips and falls. Here are the safety rules and procedures you need to know.

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Top 6 Forklift Hazards Every Workplace Should Know

We cover the most common hazards and dangers operators should look out for in the work zone when operating a forklift.

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25 Construction Safety Statistics and Trends for 2019

These construction safety statistics outline the costs of workplace accidents and fatalities as well as the benefits of prioritizing safe practices. Learn how practicing safety in the construction workplace can save money, time and lives!

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14 Essential Aerial Lift Safety Tips

Aerial lift safety should be top of mind when operating these types of lifts. Read our essential tips to keep your team safe on the job.

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Construction Site Noise: How Loud is Too Loud?

Over thirty million construction workers are exposed to prolonged hazardous noise on a regular basis, with 14% experiencing hearing difficulty. We explore how construction noise compares to everyday sounds, and what construction workers can do to protect their hearing.

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How to Create a Safe and Inspiring Homeschool Environment

Modifying your home to create a peaceful and inspiring environment can pay huge dividends in terms of productivity and learning. This is especially true if your child has special needs or requires a lot of encouragement to learn. Here are some tips to create a homeschooling environment where you and your child will thrive.

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Risks on a Construction Site – 3 Ways to Protect Your Job Site

On many job sites, even just one of these problems could change the estimated completion date, putting your company at risk for lower customer satisfaction. Avoid these risks and protect your job site by following these simple tips.

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From Minor to Major: The Complete Guide to Home Modifications to Prevent Seniors From Falling

This guide is intended to help you evaluate the living environment for the seniors in your life, so you can create a space that is free from unnecessary fall risks. With the tips you will find here, you can protect your loved ones from falling, so they can age in place as safely as possible for as long as possible.

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Disaster Safety for Construction Sites

Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires and even lightning storms all have something in common. When they hit the wrong location, they can cause costly damage and put lives at risk. For construction professionals, understanding this risk is critical.

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Heavy Equipment Rental With a CDL – Do You Meet the Operator Requirements

Most accidents happen due to equipment operators not following safety precautions. It’s important to make sure that your equipment operator has the proper training for the heavy equipment. Receiving proper training for the specific type of equipment is also helpful.

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