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Women in Trucking: Meeting High Demand

There is a desperate need for tractor trailer drivers in the trucking industry. Women could help fill the demand. Driver Shortage In recent years the tractor trailer industry has grown exponentially, leading to more opportunities and higher demand for truckers. This is because, since the end of the recession, consumers have increased spending on commercial …

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Heat-Related Illness: The Dark Side of Summer

Temperatures consistently blaze over 100 degrees in the intense summer months. The unbearable heat can often cause many health issues for tractor trailer drivers. Know the Symptoms Heat stroke is a condition resulting from the failure of the body’s temperature-regulating mechanisms. It occurs when an individual is exposed to excessively high temperatures. Symptoms include: Confusion Fainting …

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Construction Technology: What’s New in May 2016

May of 2016 has been an important month for the construction industry. Numerous new and exciting technology advancements have been revealed which could change the construction industry moving forward. Technology is a vital part of the construction industry, the most recent products to be revealed have made this clear. Companies such as Cat, Airhome, and …

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Futuristic Technology in the Trucking Industry

With the digital age being well underway, it is no surprise that new innovations are being infused into the trucking industry. These are a few of the ways that the future of tractor trailer operation will be impacted by technological advancement. Autonomous Trucking The autonomous driving frenzy has unsurprisingly struck the trucking industry. Automated systems …

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Construction Market Innovations in Nashville

Recently the construction market in Nashville has been thriving with new advancements in order to manage an increased growth rate. These are several of the methods the Nashville construction industry is using to overcome and adapt to challenges while increasing efficiency and cutting costs. Prefabrication and Modular Construction The availability of labor in today’s growing market …

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Injury Free Construction Site : Stretch and Flex

Following the trend towards promoting an injury free workplace, many construction teams have begun to incorporate “Stretch and Flex” programs into their days. The idea behind one of these programs is to loosen the muscles used most frequently on the job site before actually beginning work that requires heavy lifting or strenuous activity. These programs …

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