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Ubong Edet

A passionate Health and Safety professional with a good level of field experience and relevant certifications including NEBOSH, OSHA, etc certifications. An Health and Safety activist who believes in the growth and continual improvement of the profession. He is going all out to create awareness and safe precious lives.

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12 Comments

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    Imoh Joseph Ebong

    Thank you Mr Ubong Edet for this selfless contribution to ensuring that someone like me steps up to being a professional in health and safety.

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    Dylan Peterson

    I like what you said about making sure that your crane is stationed on level ground. My boss has been telling me about a new facility that he wants to get built in the coming year. I’ll share this informant with him sot hat he knows how to safely position any cranes that he sues.

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    Darrien Hansen

    It’s good to know that you should always acknowledge your crane’s weight capacity to avoid overloading it. My uncle wants to become a home builder and needs a way to construct heavy walls by himself since he doesn’t plan on hiring anyone until he completes his first project. I’ll let him know that he needs to be careful about the loads that he handles when operating a crane.

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      Ubong Edet

      That’s nice. Thank you

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    Angela Waterford

    My husband told me that we should have our air conditioner unit installed at the flat roof of our house, but I told him that the door leading there is too narrow for such a big unit. Perhaps I can hire someone to lift it all the way up there using a crane. Thanks for educating me that I should make sure that they know how to maintain a safe clearance level when they’re working around power lines, so I’ll be sure to ask those that I’ll hire about that.

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    Eileen Benson

    I’m glad you mentioned that mobile cranes need to be on level ground before they’re used. My brother is looking for a mobile crane hire service to help transport the materials on the construction site of his project. I’ll suggest that he asks potential crane services about how they ensure level ground to help him find a knowledgeable company!

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    Austin Saunders

    It’s good to know that cranes and their accessories should always be inspected before being used. My boss has been telling me about a new facility that he wants to get built in the coming year. I’ll share this information with him so that he can look into his options for professionals who can help him inspect the cranes.

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    Levi Armstrong

    Ah, it’s good to know that a mobile crane’s outrigger should always be fully extended when in use. A buddy of mine is hoping to get some heavy rocks moved on his property. I think he might need to hire somebody to come by and move them with a crane.

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    Vivian Black

    I love that you talked about mobile cranes and how it should be on the mobile ground so that it doesn’t tip over. My husband and his company are looking for a 25-tonne franna crane that can help them with a few of their construction jobs. They will keep these tips in mind as they search for a professional that can help them best.

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