March 2024 Industry Resources

Every month we scour the internet for articles you might find helpful. Here’s what we found: 2024 Training Survey Every year, Safety & Health Magazine surveys companies about how they get their training done. Here are the results of this year’s survey. OSHA Focusing on Regional Fatality and Injury Rates in Tree Care TCI Magazine […]

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March 2024 Accidents Report

Many job-site accidents are the result of a lack of training and equipment failure. Don’t let that happen to you and your employees.  Sign up for training or schedule your next inspection with Cranes101. But first, read the March 2024 accidents. Out-of-control container ship crashes into three cranes This article was originally published on March 18,2024 on

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Cranes Chronicles February 2024

Cranes101 is growing! Exciting developments are underway at Cranes101 as we strive to enhance our service to you. In line with this commitment, we are delighted to announce key changes within our team. Heather Jacob – Chief Operations OfficerJack Guinan – Sales Director Christine Morin – Director of TrainingMaria Sturm – Director of Inspections These changes reflect our dedication to

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Cranes Chronicles January 2024

January 2024 Accidents ReportWe know that proper operator training and timely equipment inspections make your job-site much safer and prevent accidents. Sign up for training or schedule your next inspection. Our January 2024 Accidents Report shows some of the latest crane and heavy equipment accidents found this month online. Click any of the pictures below to read the articles.  An Exciting

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OSHA Tree/Landscaping REP for Region 2

In an effort to reduce worker fatalities in the tree and landscaping industries, OSHA announced a Regional Emphasis Program for Region 2 (NY, NJ, PR, and the US Virgin Islands). This REP will run until September 2028, raising awareness of job-site hazards specific to these industries, as well as targeted health and safety inspections. For

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