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VIDEO: ‘Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls’
EquipmentShare observes National Safety Month with 7 Seconds of Safety (7SOS) video series designed to educate construction professionals about staying safe on the job
What’s next: Volvo CE tests world’s first hydrogen-powered hauler
A prototype of the Volvo HX04 shows the potential that hydrogen and fuel cells bring to future equipment, but commercialization is likely still five or more years away
Top 10 construction equipment brands
An annual ranking of the world’s top construction equipment manufacturers has revealed 2021 sales for the top 50 reached a record high of $232.7 billion 
Epiroc says VC 2000 cutter uses 40% less energy
A regular drum cutter must move side to side to create an even trench, while the new V cutter can reach the same result by just going straight, resulting in less wear on the carrier
5 tips to help you avoid construction disputes
Disputes cost the industry millions every year, putting ill-prepared contractors out of business, but with the right tools you can steer clear of mistakes and misunderstandings 
5 reasons Job Order Contracting might be the project delivery method for you
Public sector construction management professionals stand to achieve greater efficiencies in their projects by moving beyond traditional procurement methods
CNH Reman’s new 24-month warranty program helps customers limit liability
Extended warranty program covers remanufactured parts for Case IH, Case Construction, New Holland Agriculture and New Holland Construction equipment
5 must-ask questions when renting a trencher
Trenchers are common in rental inventories, so be sure to go in armed with the right questions to get the equipment best suited to your job
10 ways to build a balanced approach to safety
It can seem like ‘the world has gone mad’ when it comes to risk assessments, site inductions and training protocols, but there’s a way to strike a balance to keep your crew safe
Trendlines: Excavators remain the king of construction sites
Equipment innovations are changing many aspects of construction, but the excavator remains the consistent workhorse... it’s the suppliers that are changing
Telehandlers trend toward greater versatility
From connected machines to fully electric models, the telehandler industry is offering more varied options than ever before
Bobcat promotes fuel cost savings with new E32e and E10e electric compact excavators
With a stable of electric compacts, Bobcat shows California construction professionals why it makes economic sense to look for alternatives to diesel-powered equipment
Standing its ground: Hitachi stakes its claim on American markets
Now fully divested from its joint venture with John Deere, Hitachi Construction Machinery Americas (HCMA) aims to differentiate its brand in North America
VIDEO: Why switch to safety helmets?
Construction Safety Week explains the benefits of ‘safety helmets’ which are designed to offer construction professionals more protection than a traditional hard hat
Ditch Witch ride-on trencher designed for better visibility, comfort
Operators of the RT70 get a full view of the machine – from front tire to back tire and the attachment – making it easier for those with less experience to be productive
It’s not a silly question: What exactly is BIM anyway?
Here’s an explanation for why ‘better information management’ has the power to greatly improve processes and productivity for all stakeholders involved in a project
Picturing a better way to capture construction equipment inspections
The days of paper checklists and scribbled notes are over, smartphones have the power to revolutionize daily walkarounds
Electrification tops U.S. construction trends
A study by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) suggests construction firms will look to electrification to meet regulatory and social pressures, and reduce costs
Hitachi calls its new ZX210LC-6 HP excavator a ‘beast’
Just months after ending its joint venture with John Deere, Hitachi brings its first excavators to North America with features designed for heavy-duty performance
Expert Q&A: How can we prevent suicide in construction?
Board-certified emergency physician and a former U.S. Navy medical officer, Dr. Dan Carlin explains why our industry struggles with suicide and what can be done about it
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