March 2020 Workplace Safety E-Newsletter
New Equipment | 50 Years of Workplace Safety | Industry News | Trivia
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  March 2020
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•   Find the Right Machine for the Job
•   Workplace Safety News
•   Workplace Safety Trivia
•   1030P Push Around Lift
•   Lightweight Scissor Lifts
EXPERT TIPS ON SAFETY FOR ALL
Choose the Right Lift to Avoid Common Job Site Challenges
Low-level access lifts and scissor lifts
Using an appropriately sized machine helps you keep projects on time and on budget. Learn what questions to ask when choosing a lift, so you can avoid common challenges during your next project.
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WORKPLACE SAFETY ROUNDUP
50 Years of Workplace Safety
In December of 1970, President Nixon signed the Occupational Safety and Health Act to help keep workers safe on the job. This OSHA timeline shows how workplace safety has evolved over the past five decades since its implementation. Explore the past 50 years of safety now.
The Era of the Industrial Athlete
On the field, athletes' vital signs are closely monitored to optimize their performance. Similarly, many people track their own fitness statistics—such as their steps per day—using a smartwatch. In this EHS Today article, learn how wearable technology is impacting the job site, too.
What You Need to Know about Green Building in 2020
Sustainability, resilience, value for investors and health and wellness—these are the four main areas related to green building that this FacilitiesNet article predicts will be trending throughout 2020. Learn more about why green building is a necessity rather than a nice-to-have.


Disclaimer: Any opinions expressed in these articles are not necessarily those of JLG.
TRIVIA CHALLENGE
Test Your Safety Knowledge!
Challenge yourself with the latest edition of our Trivia Challenge based on information from this edition of Workplace Safety, and you could win a special prize from JLG. Congrats to last edition's winner, Evan Angi, H&S Manager – Field Services!

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Spotlight on New Equipment
Boost Productivity with the 1030P Push Around Lift
Stowed 1030P push around lift
Replace ladders at your facility with the new 1030P push around lift. This manually propelled model offers a 10 ft 2 in. platform height and a 30 in. x 60 in. platform to cut down on the need for repositioning. Its 550-lb capacity also allows you to take ample tools and materials to height, which reduces the fatigue associated with ascending and descending a ladder.
Get 1030P Specs
Work in More Places with Lightweight Scissors
Lightweight ES Series scissors
With a small footprint, more compact stow height and industry-exclusive zero turning radius, lightweight ES Series scissors were specifically designed for compact job sites. The ES1530L and ES1330L lightweight models also feature an electrical drive with longer duty cycles and easy-to-service components to help lower your total cost of ownership.
See ES Series
Choose an Indoor-Only Scissor Option
R1932i indoor-only scissor
The R1932i scissor lift is one of the lightest 19-ft scissors on the market. Rated for indoor use only, this electric scissor is ideal for working on finished flooring and in areas that may have restrictive weight requirements, like freight elevators. Transport it to any level in your facility to get the job done without worrying about leaks or floor damage.
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