Slings and Lifelines to Make Your Job Safer and Easier

Written by Business magazine. Posted in Lifting slings, Sheave block calculation, Synthetic web slings

Hoist lift

When you are working with heavy equipment, there is a lot to keep in mind, but it all comes back to safety. Safety is the most important element in working with heavy machinery. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration, or OSHA, requires businesses and companies to keep their health and safety regulations up to date and ensure that they are all strictly adhered to for the wellbeing of their employees. For those working in construction, in certain factory settings, or other environments that require the use or interaction with heavy equipment, proper training and proper gear is essential.

From harnesses to round slings

There are countless operations these days in which workers need to take extreme precautions in order to stay safe on the job, and to ensure the safety of

6 Tips for Keeping Your Construction Employees Safe on the Job

Written by Business magazine. Posted in Safety training, Sheave block calculation, Wire rope accessories

Round sling

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has very specific rules and regulations in place to protect construction workers around the country. Construction companies all want to keep their employees safe and take implement policies to make sure this is the case. When using Certex lifting products, rigging hardware or whatever equipment workers need to do their job, there are some basic things you can do to keep your people safe when they are on the job.

  1. Have a plan in place for emergencies. There is a saying, “A failure to plan is a plan to fail.” You need to have a plan for what your employees will do should there be an emergency. Even the best safety equipment does not replace the need for an emergency plan. Even if they are using the best Certex lifting products,