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Jobsite Cleanup and Recovery

Cleanup after a major storm or hurricane is no small task. The first step is to make sure your cleanup crew has all the right safety gear for the task at hand. Beyond hard hats and heavy-duty work gloves, you’ll want some ear plugs, waterproof steel-toed boots, N95 masks, and goggles and rubber boots if you’ll be dealing with sewage or water issues. 

Make sure your team is working together when moving heavy objects over 50 lbs. When possible, have your crew use the buddy system and work in pairs – in case someone gets injured. And if you’re working in hot conditions make sure to stay hydrated and take breaks in shaded areas. 

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Nola 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook

2023 Hurricane Season

The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season has more uncertainty than usual due to a couple of key factors, according to a just-released outlook.

The Weather Company, an IBM Business, and Atmospheric G2 are forecasting 15 named storms, seven of which will become hurricanes and three of which will reach Category 3 status or stronger, in their initial outlook for 2023.


There are many different types of pumps to choose from for various construction uses. We look at the key factors to consider before deciding which pump will be the most effective for your specific application.

Jobsite Lighting

Lighting your jobsite properly increases worker efficiency and safety, but proper lighting in various conditions requires some planning. From local and government regulations to working near water or heavy fog, learn how to light your next jobsite.


If you’ve been in construction for any length of time you know how important a good pair of gloves can be. You need the best possible dexterity while protecting your hands from cuts, chemicals, and all the other things you encounter on a jobsite.

How to Select the Right Generator

Picking the right generator for the job takes some research. Power, portability, size, and noise are all factors to consider when choosing a generator. With some upfront planning, selecting the right generator is just a click away.

Building Stronger with Natural Disasters in Mind

We must continue to innovate building practices, products and update codes to account for the increasing number and ferocity of natural disasters. Here are some of our latest and most revolutionary products, specifically designed to combat the destructive forces that can occur during earthquakes, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and floods.

How to Stabilize Different Types of Slopes

Erosion is a natural process that can cause significant damage to slopes over time. Stabilizing slopes against erosion is an important part of protecting the environment, preventing costly repairs, and increasing safety. There are several methods for stabilizing slopes against erosion, including the use of vegetation, geotextiles, and retaining walls.

NOAA Hurricane Safety Tips & Resources

This is a great place to find useful info on dealing with hurricanes. You can also get storm forecasts and the most up-to-date information on any given storm. 

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Preparing For a Hurricane

This is a government site covering hurricane preparation, staying safe during a hurricane, and steps for returning to work, or your home.

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