Keeping wind techs safe from jobsite health hazards

By Michelle Froese By Alan Gross, President & Kayla Szabo, WriterAMG Bolting Solutions
Anyone who works in manufacturing or operations and maintenance are at risk of experiencing hearing loss and vibration-related conditions because of overexposure to repeated noise and overuse of power tools. Fortunately, these conditions can be minimized or prevented with appropriate precautions.
The long-term effects of working as a wind technician takes a toll. Symptoms, such as joint pain, carpal tunnel, hearing loss, and other lower back or upper limb disorders can sneak up on workers over time and cause long-term pain or injury.
Unfortunately, anyone who works in construction, manufacturing, transportation, or the

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