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Stevenson Crane TRMA Award

Stevenson Crane Receives Honors From TRMA For Safety

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The Three Rivers Manufacturing Association (TRMA) hosted its annual awards banquet the evening of April 8, 2016. This event presents TRMA members who have worked with other members of the association and who have displayed excellence in terms of the safety on the job. Stevenson Crane Service, Inc., was honored with receiving two awards on […]

Safety Training

Training, Part I: Key to Aerial Lift Success

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There are workers who have been on the job for 20-30 years who have operated many different types of aerial lifts. More often than not, you hear them stating that they know what they’re doing and that they don’t need training to operate this type of equipment. Simply put, they are sadly mistaken. The landscape […]

Cold Weather Work

It’s Winter… Are You Geared Up for Safety?

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Winter is upon us, whether we like it or not. Odds are that you don’t like it, but Mother Nature doesn’t really take our opinions into account when deciding just how nasty she’s liable to be. You can, however, defeat the effects of cold weather on your body simply by making sure you’re wearing the […]

Forward Thinking

Safety and Forward Thinking

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September 11, 2015, will probably go down in history as the date of the worst crane accident in the world… ever. According to the most recent reports as of the writing of this article, 111 people died, and over 400 more were injured when the boom of a 1,500 ton capacity crawler crane was blown […]

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Aerial Lift Safety Tips

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Working from elevated heights on is a normal procedure on construction sites, but just because it’s common doesn’t mean that accidents can’t occur. With a great deal of fatal and nonfatal injuries occurring each year due to falls, tip-overs, electrocutions, and collapses, we would like to help you to operate your aerial lift safely.