Maintenance

05Aug 2015

Exercise Caution, Don’t Fall Everyone figures that they’ll be able to catch themselves when they fall but the fact is you’re often falling before your body can even think of reacting. An average person’s reaction time is half a second. In that amount of time, a person will have already fallen 4 feet. Catching yourself

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25Jun 2015

Pros and Cons of Ventilation Types Since the first caveman entered a cave, ventilation has been an important aspect of building design. The caveman learned quickly that buildings require ventilation to prevent stagnant air, remove moisture or unpleasant smells, and to maintain comfortable temperatures. Despite this history, ventilation is somehow still overlooked during building design.

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06Feb 2015
construction crane safety

Stay Safe with an Industrial Crane Cranes are the most dangerous piece of equipment that is used on a construction site and in a factory environment. Moffitt Mechanical regularly uses mobile cranes on our projects along with cranes within the manufacturing facility, click here for more details. These cranes are capable of lifting heavy loads

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11Nov 2013
construction crane safety

OSHA Compliance Means Staying Safe When it comes to building maintenance safety is always the top concerns. Even a project that involves green retrofitting for ventilation can provide challenges. Workers must be careful when using cranes, ladders, scaffolds, electricity, etc. Basically, any powerful equipment than can tip over, fall, break or otherwise hurt people. That’s

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12Sep 2013

More Efficient Power Plants with Better Ventilation Power Plants can themselves consume enormous quantities of energy. Heating and cooling uses a lot of energy. This is energy that should be sent out to the grid. These internal energy costs can be better controlled by the implementation of smart ventilation design and natural ventilation techniques. Improve

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