Bruce Mckean | 23rd November 2010 THE death of 56-year-old concrete business operator Greg Paterson after a workplace accident at Proserpine has resulted in warnings to the industry about the inherent dangers of “hose whip”, which is caused when compressed air builds up accidentally in pumping hoses. Gregory Clifford Paterson lived at Loganholme, in Brisbane, […]
Industry Leading Plastering Contractor in Southern Utah Took on a Serious and Potentially Deadly Problem and Solved It!
Plastering/Fireproofing Pump material hose safety issue updates’; An industry leading plastering contractor in Southern Utah took on a serious and potentially deadly problem and then, he solved it! Wade Sip, is a hardworking and unpretentious kind of guy. Wade eats, sleeps and dreams plastering. Building his business to simply run better, safer and more productive […]
Excerpts from a ‘Real’ Job-Site Superintendent’s Report Journal; I shudder to think of the 1000’s of rocks we had in the nozzle in Mozambique and now Angola to how bad things could have really gone. This is a real picture of what happens when you have an inexperienced pump operator on a (to Remain Nameless) […]