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July 2020 Blog Posts (2)

Heavy Extrication Little Things

The little things matter when it comes to lifting and stabilizing heavy objects. The strut that is a “little crooked” when you started can quickly become very crooked and unsafe under a substantial load. Our attention to detail must stay sharp when setting up to stabilize and lift.

Below is an example of taking a shortcut that could be catastrophic later. Photo A is a picture of the base of a stabilizing strut with the ratchet strap secured into the manufactured attachment point. This…

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Added by Josh Pearcy on July 27, 2020 at 12:08pm — No Comments

The Art of the Resume; Tips for Success

The Art of the Resume; Tips for Success

Nicholas Christensen, CFO, MPA

 

It could be…

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Added by Nicholas Christensen on July 20, 2020 at 9:30pm — No Comments

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