Employers must notify OSHA, often within 8 hours, when an employee is killed on job or suffers work-related hospitalization, amputation or loss of an eye.
If the industry keeps doing these two stupid things, we'll never move forward.
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Timothy Finn sees "focus on environment" as one of the best ways to successfully build a new lawn-and-pest company in Pennsylvania.
Four things to remember when sharpening a set of mower blades.
Today's backpack blowers are packing way more punch, but do not produce the volume you'll likely need to move large, wet piles of leaves.