Keep Your Night Crew Safe and Visible With These Essentials

Posted on: 25 June 2017
If you are in charge of a construction or road works crew that works during the night, a great deal of their safety is in your hands. For these workers to be safe, they need to be visible to passing traffic. The right workwear, as well as other safety accessories, can help. Here's what you need: 1. Taped Shirts and Coveralls You can buy workwear that has reflective tape stitched onto it.
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Historical Signs Your Land Might Be Contaminated

Posted on: 5 June 2017
If you're buying a property or some land, the last thing you want is to discover some sort of contamination in the area. While contaminated land might not cause harm to people or animals, there's a chance it will. So how do you tell if there's a possibility of existing contamination? Sometimes, there are signs that are difficult to miss. With so many potential contaminating substances, these signs vary quite a bit, but they typically include discolouration, odd smells, and plants failing to grow.
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5 Tips When Designing Your Custom Name Badges

Posted on: 22 May 2017
Name badge manufacturers usually give their clients the option of designing the badges that they would like their employees to wear. However, some business owners make some design mistakes that can ruin the effectiveness of those badges. This article discusses some helpful tips that you should keep in mind so that you avoid making mistakes as you design your custom name badges.  Select Background Colours Carefully It is advisable to avoid having multiple background colours on your name badges.
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Some Questions to Ask About a Truck Mounted Attenuator

Posted on: 9 May 2016
A truck mounted attenuator works as a barrier between oncoming traffic and a work crew, and also alerts that oncoming traffic to their presence, to the need to change speed, to a slippery surface, and so on. These attenuators can be a must-have for any crew working by the side of the road and especially for those working in the road, whether it's paving or filling in potholes or anything else; the attenuator can absorb the impact of a collision with an oncoming vehicle and literally save lives.
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