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What safety equipment should be kept in your work truck, van, or fleet? Here are some basic suggestions to get you started.
You’ll need different types of PPE for different jobs. Evaluate each job individually to determine if additional PPE is required. Each job and job site will have its differences and may require extra equipment to keep you safe. Here are the common types of PPE required for typical sewer and drain cleaning jobs.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is equipment worn to minimize exposure to a variety of hazards. Hazards exist in every workplace, but sewer and drain cleaners work in some especially dangerous circumstances and should take special precautions for their safety.
Different loads require different techniques to lift them safely. Here are the most common heavy lifting techniques.
Lifting heavy loads is a fact of life for sewer & drain cleaners. Get our tips for lifting safely to prevent back pain or injury.
Chemical drain cleaners are a fact of life for every drain cleaning technician, but they pose several threats. Be prepared to encounter them by following these safety tips.
The keys to safe confined space entry are thorough training, planning, and preparedness. Learn how to your team can take on confined spaces in the safest way possible.
Confined space entry is part of the job -- but it can be dangerous. Read more about what defines a confined space and what to look out for in them.
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Why should people consider a career in drain cleaning? That question is best answered by the people currently on the job. When asked, those people working in the industry cited several benefits: good pay, college degree not needed, the potential to run your own company, and a recession-proof industry among other reasons.
Let’s face it – sewer and drain cleaning is a dirty, nasty business. Protect yourself and your team by following these simple steps to help avoid illness and disease when on the job.