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Why Industrial Hoisting and Rigging Training Matters

Even though hoisting and rigging companies understand the risks of their industry, not all of them think to proactively prevent them. Unfortunately, some companies fail to find an outside training program until they receive a citation or witness …

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How to Select the Right Synthetic Web Sling

Everyone in your crew is clear on what a synthetic web sling is, but are they confident in how to select the right one for the job? Just like a shackle or swivel, synthetic web slings come in a number of configurations, which means the ideal one …

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What Is a Gantry Crane?

There are countless steps to take when preparing your crane for a lift and rigging job — testing the proof load, inspecting the working load limit, and calculating the safety factor — but making sure you have the right crane is the most criti…

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What Are Tree Support Systems?

Tree support systems, like any other industrial support system, are used to simply provide added assistance where it’s needed most. While crews typically use support systems to securely move objects from one point to another, they use tree supp…

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What Is a Critical Lift?

To prevent danger, minimize risk, and protect workers from hazard, crews must complete a series of preemptive tasks to secure their job site, equipment, and lift plan. However, if a lift meets certain criteria that require extra caution, operator…

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What Are the Different Types of Shackle Pins?

When it comes to lift and rigging projects, even the smallest bits of hardware can make a huge difference. For example, shackles are a universal piece of equipment, but the selection process is unique to each task at hand. Because crews use shack…

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Tips for Buying the Right Lift and Rigging Equipment

When researching products, you typically weigh the features and benefits of each alternative. However, when researching pieces of equipment for your next lift and rigging job, there are a few more things to take into consideration. If you want to…

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OSHA No Longer Accepts CIC Certifications

As a leading provider of crane operator certifications, Crane Institute Certification (CIC) is a top resource for crewmembers looking to further their education and expand into other areas within the lift and rigging industry. CIC recently reveal…

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How to Take Measurements of an Overhead Bridge Crane

Overhead cranes are responsible for a lot of critical overhaul in a facility. They keep aisles and floor space open for production while seamlessly transporting heavy loads across the overhead area. Hence, when shopping for a new crane installati…

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How to Choose the Right Crane for Your Project

Nearly every lift and rigging job requires a crane, but not every crane will do the job. Because there are so many variables that make each project different from the next, there are multiple factors to consider when choosing the right crane.&nbs…

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