A stuck bolt costs time and money.
Maintaining a safe work environment can seem like a daunting task. Not only does your shop have overall safety precautions in place, but each aspect of your shop most likely has its own safety measures to follow, as well.
We know in the world of maintenance, repair and operations, sometimes vehicle cleanliness can take a back seat. But no matter how busy your team and vehicles are, keeping vehicles looking good is an investment that makes sense.
Even though National Safety Month has come to an end, it doesn’t mean you can just relax and take it easy when it comes to safety in your shop.
Need a one-stop shop for all your hydraulic needs? Kimball Midwest has you covered. We now offer a more complete crimping system under Kimball Midwest’s brand of hydraulic products from the hose saws to the hose, right down to the fittings being crimped. We also offer a wide selection of hydraulic couplers and adapters to meet ever-changing needs.
To claim a product is Made in the USA, the Federal Trade Commission requires “all or virtually all” of a product be made in America. Specifically, “all significant parts, processing, and labor that go into the product must be of U.S. origin.”
We talk a lot about injuries after they happen, but we can do more to talk about them beforehand to prevent them altogether. Injury prevention can take many forms. In the past few years, we have used some types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for prevention against COVID-19. Now that we are entering the summer months, it raises another issue that often correlates with workplace injuries: fatigue, often due to rising temperatures.
One of the National Safety Council’s areas of focus during this year’s National Safety Month is musculoskeletal disorders.
Each year, Kimball Midwest introduces more than 100 new products to enhance your productivity. Even if you have been a Kimball Midwest customer for years, however, it’s likely your sales representative doesn’t always get a chance to share them all with you.