Cleaning up the Industrial Industry

  • Angle Grinders: Five Safety Guidelines To Keep In Mind

    10 March 2015

    It would be difficult to imagine being a welder without having access to an angle grinder. These do-it-all tools are able to cut, grind, and finish metal in all kinds of tough environments and at remote job-sites. However, it is said that familiarity breeds contempt, and a lax attitude when using angle grinders can be hazardous to the health of welders. Below are five safety guidelines that should be kept in mind when using an angle grinder:

  • When Disaster Strikes: Keeping Your Business Afloat After A Natural Disaster

    13 February 2015

    Keeping your business up and running after a hurricane, tornado, or other natural disaster is no small feat. Getting back into the swing of things as quickly as possible is critical, however, as many small businesses can't afford the lost revenue that comes from remaining closed down for an extended amount of time. In addition, re-opening as soon as possible is a way to show solidarity with your community and even help inspire other small businesses to reopen as well.

  • 3 Electrical Dangers You Need To Know About

    19 January 2015

    Electricity is so common a feature in our homes and workplaces that we tend to take it for granted, assuming that the "magic" will happen with its customary efficiency every time we flip a switch or plug in a cord. But this familiarity can breed its own form of contempt -- in the form of electrical failures, injuries, and possibly even deaths. That's why it pays to recognize potential electrical construction problems so you can address them before trouble strikes.

  • 3 Services Available At Hardware Stores Your Business Might Need

    14 January 2015

    Warehouse businesses require a lot of maintenance and work each week, and you probably have employees that handle all these jobs. If so, these employees may have trouble making some of the repairs and maintenance because they might not have the right knowledge, equipment, or tools. If this is the case, you may want to send them to a local hardware store. This is a business that sells many types of goods, and it is also a place that offers services that might help your workers complete their jobs.