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Combating Worker Fatigue

Combating Worker Fatigue

As about 38 percent of U.S. workers sleep less than seven hours a night, according to a study conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, worker fatigue is an issue increasingly affecting workplaces throughout the country. It […]

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Product Support Team Gathers for Unprecedented Meeting in Little Rock

The Hugg & Hall Equipment Company (Hugg & Hall) Product Support Team gathered for a meeting like no other. For the first time (in anyone’s memory) all parts and service managers, as well as all product support sales representatives (PSSRs), […]

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Wallace Red Retires After 47 Years at Hugg & Hall

Wallace Red Retires After 47 Years of Dedicated Service

Today, after 47 years of dedicated service to Hugg & Hall Equipment Company (Hugg & Hall), Wallace Red, Shop Service Technician at the Little Rock, Ark., branch, has officially retired. Red began with the company when it was led by […]

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ANSI A92 Safe Use Requirements: What to Know

ANSI A92 Safe Use Requirements: What to Know

As part of the new ANSI A92 updates, companies will be required to track and assess safe use procedures to a further extent. To help readers better understand the changes and how to acclimate to them, we’ve put together this […]

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Light Tower Tips

Light Tower Set Up– Dos & Don’ts

Before operating portable light towers, it’s important to understand the basic rules of use. The first consideration you’ll want to think about is whether a light tower or light tower/generator combination would be more appropriate for your job site. If […]

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Hugg & Hall Team Participates in Skeet Shooting Event Benefiting John Herman Hickman Foundation

Team members from the Hugg & Hall Equipment Company (Hugg & Hall) Jonesboro branch recently participated in a skeet shooting event to benefit the John Herman Hickman Foundation. The event was hosted by Peco Foods and took place from 9 […]

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Hugg & Hall Trainer Helps Write New Industry Standards

Hugg & Hall Trainer Helps Write New Industry Standards

Bob Hendricks, a trainer at Hugg & Hall Equipment Company (Hugg & Hall), recently assisted the Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA) write the new American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A92 standards, a sweeping update which affects manufacturers, renters, dealers […]

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Your Guide to Buying Used Equipment

Your Guide to Buying Used Equipment

Step 1: Determine What You Need The first step is determining what specific machine you need. There are many options even among like machines. For example, rough terrain scissor lifts versus slab scissor lifts. It’s important to become familiar with […]

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How to Avoid Common Jobsite Violations

How to Avoid Common Jobsite Violations

Violation: Over-Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica Solution There are three paths to complying to the new construction standard which requires workers not be exposed to more than 50 µg/m3 of silica dust in an eight-hour period (this is down from […]

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Susie Teague

Employee Spotlight: Susie Teague

Meet Susie Teague! Teague works as the lead service administrator at the company’s Fort Smith location. Her typical day involves processing warranty work orders, creating/receiving purchase orders, assisting with day-to-day concerns and much more. Before her current role, she worked […]

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