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Empty Skids and Pallets

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The handling of empty skids and pallets may seem like a rather routine job to most of us, at least as far as safety is concerned. But don’t be fooled. In doing this type of work we perform certain acts that can easily result in injuries if safety precautions aren’t taken. Material handling causes more… Read More »

How to Reduce Equipment Theft

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Construction Staffing

Managing equipment on a worksite can be an overwhelming task. Keeping track of your inventory and being aware of where and how it’s being used is a full-time job. Inventory theft can be costly, and you may be working with machinery that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars or more. Stop theft in its tracks… Read More »

Plumbing Safety

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A plumber installs, repairs, and maintains plumbing fixtures or systems. Duties may include installation and repair of pipes, fittings, and fixtures servicing the water supply, waste disposal, and heating systems. Plumbers must also haul supplies, cut and assemble plumbing materials, and use equipment and tools. Chemical and material exposures are common, so make sure that… Read More »

What To Do When You Don’t Receive Payment

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Construction Staffing

It happens to everyone: you do a great job, provide fine service, and for whatever reason, the payment never comes. You’ve executed a project exactly how it was outlined, and yet you’re being shorted, or they’re dodging any kind of payment at all. Someone owes you money, and you’re stuck dealing with their voice mailbox,… Read More »

Hard Hats

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There really isn’t any excuse for not wearing a hard hat on jobs that require one. The miracles of chemistry and manufacturing have turned out head protection to fit every need and about every taste. Hard hats should be worn on all jobs where hazards exist from falling or flying objects; harmful contact, or exposure… Read More »

SIA Ranks CCS Construction Staffing 13TH Fastest Growing in the U.S.

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We are proud to announce that SIA (Staffing Industry Analysts) ranked CCS Construction Staffing as the 13th Fastest Growing Staffing Company in the U.S. This is the second consecutive year that CCS Construction Staffing was recognized by SIA. “This recognition speaks volumes for our committed employees and hardworking workforce,” said President Matt Telmanik. CCS Construction… Read More »

Don’t Take Hand Tools for Granted

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Too many people do so, both at home and at work. Household jobs usually are light. So you sometimes can get away with using tools improperly or substituting one tool for another. Our work, however, makes rugged demands on tools. If we misuse a tool, or use one that’s wrong for the job or in… Read More »

Can Social Media Prevent Accidents On The Job?

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Construction Staffing

One of the foremost innovations of our world is social media. We can connect with others across the globe in an instant, and acquire tons of information at a fast pace. So we as professionals must ask ourselves – how can we use this to our advantage? How do we make social media work for our company… Read More »

Safe Lifting

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Lifting activities are in the top 5 causes for injuries at WMU. Back, shoulder, and joint injuries are common when lifting improperly or attempting to lift objects heavier than someone can manage. Today we will discuss proper lifting techniques and tips so we can reduce the risk of these preventable injuries. Prepare:  Perform a… Read More »