The Marine industry is an exciting one. The idea of working closely with the ocean and large ships is intoxicating.
Policies and procedures in the workplace are your sets of guidelines to ensure safety and constancy throughout the workflow.
Any welder knows that their equipment is one of the most important aspects of their job. That doesn’t just include the technical welding tools, but also the safety gear that goes along with it.
Inspections from the occupational health and safety administration are necessary for any industrial or fabrication industry.
If you like working with your hands, machines, and tools, a career as a structural fabricator may be a good fit for you.
SLAM is an acronym for stop, look, analyze, and manage. It helps your workers have more situational awareness, which will boost safety on the job and prevent injuries.
Is there anything more nerve-wracking than a job interview? No matter the position, meeting with that potential employer for the first time can be downright scary.
We are all aware that the workplace isn’t always hospitable for aging workers, especially in manufacturing or fabrication environments.
Workplace injuries happen. Regardless of the company’s safety protocol and how employees are trained during onboarding and continued training, something can happen while you’re working in a shipyard.
Do you promote from within in your shipyard? There are plenty of reasons why developing your current team is best for your business.