Category Archives: Industry News

Epiroc USA moves headquarters to suburban Denver technology hub

BROOMFIELD, CO – Epiroc has relocated its U.S. headquarters from Commerce City to Broomfield within the Denver, CO, metropolitan area. The company joins a dynamic business community in a tech corridor known as the “Rocky Mountain Silicon Valley.” The move to a technology hub is a natural one for Epiroc, a global company that provides […]

John Deere announces new Registered Apprenticeship Program

John Deere announces new Registered Apprenticeship Program

MOLINE, IL – John Deere recently received approval from the U.S. Department of Labor for its new Registered Apprenticeship Program and is making it available to its Agriculture & Turf and Construction & Forestry dealers. The program will help address a widespread shortage of service technicians, especially in rural areas across the country, by providing […]

New from Fisher

New from Fisher

Heavy-Duty XV2™ V-Plow Fisher Engineering, manufacturer of FISHER® snow removal and ice control equipment, revealed the new 10’6” Heavy-Duty XV2™ V-plow at the 2019 NTEA Work Truck Show®. The new model measures 10’6” wide and is constructed with four vertical ribs and 12 exclusive x-bracing ribs that provide structural integrity and torsional strength. The flared […]

Haver & Boecker Niagara N-Class scalper excels in heavy-duty applications

Haver & Boecker Niagara N-Class scalper excels in heavy-duty applications

Haver & Boecker Niagara offers the rugged, efficiency-enhancing N-Class vibrating screen to optimize crushing plants and screening operations through its ability to screen as much as 5,000 tons per hour. The Niagara N-Class is ideal for tough jobs, such as scalping and classifying ores, minerals, stones, sand and gravel in aggregates and mining applications. Haver […]

Statements made by managers and supervisors during OSHA inspections can come back to haunt you

Statements made by managers and supervisors  during OSHA inspections can come back to haunt you

On the front lines with Fisher Phillips: by Travis Vance and Pamela Williams Everything a manager or supervisor says to an OSHA inspector who shows up at the workplace may be used against the company to support a citation. And we mean anything and everything that may be said at any point. Words can hurt […]