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What Does an On-Site Structural Inspection Consist of?

Posted by Industrial Resources

Aug 10, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Structural Inspections

A structural inspection is a neutral evaluation visually assessing the physical structure and foundation of the facility.

Structural inspections help organizations ensure that the structure of their facility does not have any defects or areas that may pose a risk later down the line. This can either be a relief or a headache depending on the findings discovered and identified during the inspection. Either way, it’s highly recommended that the condition and integrity of your structure is not compromised in any way shape or form.

Having the inspection carried out by a professional engineer will increase the likelihood of receiving the most accurate results and recommendations.

What does an on-site structural inspection consist of?  The structural inspection process is divided into 3 stages.

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Topics: Maintenence, safety

3 Important OSHA Standards

Posted by Asa Coplin

Apr 19, 2016 10:24:58 AM

Production is more satisfactory when safety is involved.  Companies that focus on large steel fabrication, steel erecting and electrical work on a job, have many hazards that follow.  Here are 3 important OSHA Standards and how abiding by them will result in increased production: 

  • HAZCOM

  • Cranes & Derricks (Annual Inspections)

  • Record keeping

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Topics: safety

Safety is More than Preventing your Employees from Getting Hurt

Posted by Asa Coplin

Jun 19, 2015 10:26:09 AM

Why is Safety Such an Important Aspect to Completing a Job?

Safety is more than just preventing your employees from getting hurt on the job. Safety also consists of:

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Topics: safety