Hugg & Hall News

The Pressure to Perform

The Pressure to Perform   Tire pressure is the manufacturers recommended inflation rate, variant on load, speed, and other components. Proper measures of tire pressure are read during cold inflation before the machine is operated. Checking the psi of each […]

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𝗦𝗣𝗢𝗢𝗞𝗬 construction 𝗛𝗢𝗥𝗥𝗢𝗥 stories

To celebrate Halloween, we’re sharing some of the creepiest jobsite stories we were able to dig up. From ghoulie superintendents to unwelcomed finds underground, these misfortunate jobsites are full of crazy claims and even crazier sightings– enough to scare the […]

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Choosing The Right Welder

Defining your welding process should be the first step taken when deciding on a welder. The welding process you choose will depend on factors such as the type of thickness of your materials, the environmental conditions you will be working […]

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Why You Should Use MEWPs VS. Scaffolding

Scaffolding has been used throughout history, playing a key role in the construction industry as the safest, most efficient way of working in those hard to reach places. However, since the invention of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), scaffolding has […]

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Heat Stress In Construction

Summer is here and with it comes the dangers associated with heat, especially for those working outside throughout the summer months. It is important that workers know the dangers associated with extreme heat in construction and are educated on ways to prevent […]

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Safe Jobsite Lunches

Jobsites are up and running and the heat of summer is quick approaching! As millions of Americans carry “Sack Lunches” onto the jobsite, it is important to assure proper cooking and handling has been done. So, make extra of your […]

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Re-Building vs. Buying New Equipment

Anyone who owns or manages heavy equipment faces the decision at one point or another whether to re-build or to simply buy new equipment. One of the things every business using heavy equipment will have in common is the goal […]

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Job Site 𝑺𝒑𝒓𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝑪𝒍𝒆𝒂𝒏𝒊𝒏𝒈 Tips & Tricks

Ahhhh — It’s that time of the year again, time for spring cleaning.  Temperatures are rising, flowers are blooming, which means it’s the perfect time to give your job site the deep “spring cleaning” it’s been waiting for.   Let’s face […]

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Winter Weather Safety

Winter Weather Safety When winter weather strikes, it is important for construction sites to stay active and productive. Bitter cold, snow and ice can cause conditions that are damaging to equipment and could cause personal risk; leading to jobs falling […]

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When Harnesses Are & Aren't Required

When Harnesses Are & Aren’t Required

When are you required to use a harness? The short answer to this question is: it’s complicated. There are many variables that contribute to when a worker is required to wear a harness such as working heights, the type of […]

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