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Vertical vs. Horizontal Fall Protection Equipment

Thursday, July 2, 2020 11:28:13 AM America/Chicago

Vertical vs. Horizontal Fall Protection Equipment

There are several ways to protect yourself on a cell tower climbing site. Discover the difference between vertical and horizontal fall protection equipment.

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The Different Types of Pulleys

Monday, June 22, 2020 10:47:02 AM America/Chicago

A pulley hanging freely from a construction machine.

When tower maintenance or a construction job requires something to be lifted, the required rigging equipment encompasses some of the most important tools to have on hand.

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A Lineman’s Tool Kit Essentials

Monday, June 22, 2020 9:40:39 AM America/Chicago

A Lineman’s Tool Kit Essentials

Every job requires a set of specific tools to get tasks done correctly—linemen are no different. Discover some lineman’s tool kit essentials and how they work.

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How to Use a Beam Clamp Safely

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 4:15:24 PM America/Chicago

How to Use a Beam Clamp Safely

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Important Types of Cell Sites to Know About

Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:31:23 AM America/Chicago

Important Types of Cell Sites to Know About

The cell site industry is a bit more complex than many people tend to think. Discover the most important types of cell sites to know about and how each works.

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How to Properly Climb with Spikes

Friday, May 22, 2020 10:46:25 AM America/Chicago

How to Properly Climb with Spikes

Climbing electrical poles requires just as much technique as it does strength and skill. Learn how to properly climb with spikes in a safe and efficient way.
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Industrial Sling Safety Tips Every Rigger Should Know

Tuesday, May 19, 2020 10:19:32 AM America/Chicago

Industrial Sling Safety Tips Every Rigger Should Know

Slings require you to be careful and take precautions while using them. Take this time to learn a few industrial sling safety tips every rigger should know.

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Rigging Safety Tips for Beginners

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 3:46:29 PM America/Chicago

Rigging Safety Tips for Beginners

Rigging is one of the most important tasks to be done on a jobsite. Whether it’s in the maintenance or construction industries, rigging is essential to getting all necessary supplies in the right places to be used. But because of the nature of this process, it can also be one of the most dangerous. After all, there is no end to the list of hazards involved in transporting loads that can weigh over a few tons. As such, it’s crucial that each worker participating in or near this procedure have rigging safety tips to reference—especially if they’re first starting out.

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How to Safely Use a Retractable Lanyard

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 8:10:53 AM America/Chicago

How to Safely Use a Retractable Lanyard

Even automatic equipment needs to be used in the safest possible ways. Learn how to safely use a retractable lanyard and minimize the risks involved.

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How to Prevent a Heat Stroke for Tower Climbers

Monday, April 20, 2020 4:12:00 PM America/Chicago

How to Prevent a Heat Stroke for Tower Climbers

As the weather slowly warms up, outdoor workers are taking this opportunity to adjust how they go about their jobs. Since they’ll be spending their workdays in the elements regardless of weather conditions, tower climbers especially need to be prepared for the rising temperatures. Otherwise, they risk developing heat stress or, in extreme cases, heat stroke. Brought about by excessive physical exertion in high heat, these conditions are incredibly dangerous and can result in serious injury or worse on the job. So, to best protect yourself as spring quickly turns into summer, make sure you know how to prevent a heat stroke for tower climbers.

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