Jenny is the editor of Rental magazine, a position she's held for the past 18 years. She's also the editor of Construction Zone Safety and IPAF Elevating Safety, two annual supplements targeted to the construction and rental markets.
Getting North American contractors to embrace training has always been a challenge. Getting them to spend time and money on high-quality training is even more difficult, excuses for workers going untrained hold less and less weight.
IPAF is a global movement to ensure the safety of people in the powered access industry and to keep the industry up to date with the latest technical and safety advice in aerial lifts and mast climbing work platforms.
Aerial work platforms (AWPs) account for a small percentage of all accidents related to work at height. But what are the main causes of AWP accidents and why is accident reporting so important in the quest for safety?
You'll find UTVs at sporting events, local festivals, performance venues, and of course, construction sites, where they're quickly gaining ground as the premium choice for jobsite transportation of workers and equipment.
It's always with a mixture of both anticipation and anxiety that I approach our annual Renters' Review project, for I know it means something will get done around my house. The questions are what and how will it turn out?
To effectively serve the mobile power market, it's imperative that rental companies create the right size fleet and mix of equipment. Too few units and business is quickly lost to the competition, too many units and profitability is gone.
The need for mobile power is growing, due to demand from new markets, an increasing number of natural disasters compromising utility power, as well as an aging infrastructure not designed for current demands.
For decades, mobile generators have proven themselves indispensable at off-grid sites, using conventional fuels such as gasoline and diesel to produce electricity like miniature power plants. The market for these machines continues to grow as they’re...
When renting generators, it's important to know about OSHA requirements units on constructions sites. There are two specifications, one dealing with grounding the generator the other with bonding the neutral to the frame.