You go to the doctor and dentist regularly for checkups, right? (At least, you should be…) You take your car into the shop for its scheduled inspections, don’t you? Guess what? You should also be conducting regular calibration and maintenance on your torque tools to ensure you get the right amount of clamp load on … Continue reading Why You Need to Calibrate Your Torque Tools & 5 Things To Remember (INFOGRAPHIC)
The foundation to a successful company is a strong team of skilled workers. If you have not developed a training program for your staff, you could face a decrease in production and an increase in injuries and lost profits. Plus, businesses with a culture of training are seen as quality organizations. To successfully develop and … Continue reading 7 Huge Benefits of Training Your Workers (FREE GUIDE)
For industrial product manufacturers or assemblers, having pinpoint control to tighten, loosen or measure the level of torque on fasteners is critical. Here’s why: If the fastener is too loose, it can vibrate or – in extreme cases – come off completely If it’s too tight, the fastener can break or become stripped That’s unacceptable … Continue reading Six Steps to Torque Control
Catch Up with Our Tube Rolling Set Up Guide When you are ready to work with your tubes, it is important to roll them up correctly. Our tube-rolling guide is a short and sweet explanation of how to pick and set up your tubes. What is Tube Rolling? The first thing you need to know … Continue reading All about our Tube Rolling Set Up Guide
Update Your Worker Training Program Businesses that fail to prioritize worker training face two significant problems: lower than expected production from their employees and wages paid for lost time incidents. Through the creation of a comprehensive worker training program your company can limit its liability, while providing a safer working environment for all of your … Continue reading Update your worker training program!
Stay Alert – Stay Safe A tools should be a help, not a hindrance. Keep these things in mind when you or your workers are using new tools and trying to improve efficiency. Tool Safety: Something to Think About for Your Next Project Safety first: a phrase we’ve heard since elementary school, when we were … Continue reading Don’t Mess Around with Tool Safety on the Job
How Long Since You Rethought Your Worker Training Program? photo credit to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers under cc 2.0 Verbal, observational and practical. These are the three levels of training any new employee should go through in order to safely operate equipment in any of the industries we serve. You may have an established … Continue reading How Long Since You Rethought Your Worker Training Program?