Scaffolding Safety Saves Lives And Prevents Injuries

Scaffolding is a necessary part of many construction projects. It makes work easier and more efficient, but it is not without its own risks. 10,000 scaffolding accidents occur every year on constructions sites in the United States. Nearly 50 percent of them could have been avoided by following safety standards set forth by OSHA. That means that you can help prevent accidents and spare your workers the pain and suffering (and possible death) caused by unsafe scaffolding setups.

Big Reasons You Should Always Use Rubber Grommets Provided With Engine Parts

If you are like a lot of vehicle owners, a failed engine part or component will lead you straight to the auto parts store in your location to pick up a replacement so you can attempt a DIY repair. While it is true that a lot of engine tasks can be tackled on your own without the help of a mechanic, too many times a DIY repair will result in a few small fasteners, parts, or pieces left out—especially rubber grommets.

2 Gift Ideas For The Greeting Card Shop Owner In Your Life

Trying to come up with a fun gift idea for a loved one who happens to own a greeting card shop? Consider gifting them with something that will be helpful to them in their business. Here are two interesting gift options that may be just right for your loved one: A Cardboard Shredder Because greeting cards tend to be shipped in cardboard boxes, your loved one likely has to deal with a lot of clutter and disorganization due to continuous incoming shipments.

Pulling Your Car Out Of A Ditch With A Tow Rope

If your car gets stuck in a ditch, believe it or not, you can pull your car out of the ditch with a rope all by yourself. You can construct a pulley system that allows for the car to be easily pulled out of the ditch.  Getting Traction Getting a car out of a ditch ultimately comes down to getting enough traction. Studs will help you achieve this. If you have a front engine auto, placing weight in the trunk will also help give you some traction.

Four Oil Terms You Need To Know

If you are shopping for engine oil for your vehicle or a piece of equipment, you will find there are a lot of products on the market designed to meet your needs. To decide which of these you need to purchase, you must first figure out how to read the labels. The first step to doing that is to figure out some of the terminology that is being used. Here are a few terms to get you started.