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Archive for July 22, 2013

Ten Sights to See When Touring Seattle

Written by admin on July 22nd, 2013. Posted in Seattle info, Seattle tour, Tour seattle

Looking for things to do and sights to see in the great city of Seattle? There are countless sights to see and behold in the city and the surrounding area. Many popular destinations have guided tours available to the public and for reservation. Here is a list of ten Seattle destinations to experience when visiting the Emerald City.

1. Seattle City Tour

A great introduction to the city. This Seattle tour is great for those wanting to experience the city themselves, but are not sure where to start. Includes a three hour bus tour of downtown as well as the many surrounding neighborhoods and attractions. A great way to see all the points of interest before you check them out further.

2. Space Needle

If you visit Seattle, you cannot possibly leave without entering the Space Needle. The most famous landmark in Seattle, tours often include admission to the observation deck. Get a view of the entire city from 520 feet in the a

What You Need to Know to Keep Yourself Safe On a Construction Site

Written by admin on July 22nd, 2013. Posted in Lifting gear, Lifting shackles, Wire rope pulley

Overhead crane training

Construction safety training has become a vast field with current technology, equipment, and complex jobs. Many of us would be surprised to know all of the construction safety training courses out there. Employers can provide a wide variety of trainings and safety certifications such as fall protection, material handling, forklift safety training, OSHA training, and much more.

Construction jobs require their workers to use and be knowledgeable about a wide range of equipment. Construction safety training, such as rigging and crane safety, can seem like a wasted extra expense, but in reality it is a needed investment in worker safety and productivity. For large construction jobs, either hiring workers with