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Do You Know What the Most Common Crane Accidents Are – And What Simple Steps Can Help Prevent Them from Happening on Your Job Site?
In a perfect world, there would be no accidents. But we don’t live in a perfect world, and accidents do happen. In the crane and rigging industry, there are four big areas of concern: electrical hazards, falling materials, overloaded equipment, and unauthorized personnel in the job site. Bear in mind we work in New York – oneContinue Reading
Since the implementation of 5G service, Long Island has seen a huge increase in the need for cell site installation and upgrade services. Such services include extending dunnages so that they are compatible with new equipment, and installing or upgrading backup generators. If you’re looking for cell site installation services on Long Island, you’ll wantContinue Reading
Safety is at the core of all our services here at L&M Crane—and rigging safety is no different. Whether your lifting job requires the use of cranes, hoists, or other machinery, following rigging safety guidelines and best practices is an integral part of completing a lift safely and successfully. Rigging Safety Planning & Strategy WhenContinue Reading
Unsure if hiring out nonunion workers for your construction project is the right choice for you? Read up on the information below to make a smart, safe, and well-informed decision on the matter… Here at L&M Crane & Rigging, we’re known for our responsive, streamlined, and comprehensive approach to crane and rigging services. We’ve talkedContinue Reading
Choose a Crane Operator with Experience, Job Knowledge & Safety Training for Your Overhead Powerline Construction Project
Did you know that power lines are a top cause of electrical fatality? According to Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), overhead powerlines caused 36% of all electric-related fatalities in the workplace between 2011 and 2017. The lion’s share of these fatalities occurred as a result of little to no electrical safety training. Overhead power lines presentContinue Reading