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December 2015

Better Optics, Better Welds - New 4C Lens Technology

4C Technology

It's time to see things differently! Our exclusive new 4C™ lens technology upgrade to the VIKING™ welding helmets provides a filtering lens with the clearest view of the welding puddle on the market today. This new technology reduces eye strain by minimizing the traditional green coloring in the helmet view screen in both active and inactive states. Available on the 1840, 2450 and 3350 series helmets. MORE

One Glove Does the Job for Rigging and Welding

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Many employees of large-scale manufacturers are involved in both rigging and welding functions, requiring them to switch between gloves that are purpose-built for each function. One major U.S. shipbuilder saw the inherent waste and potential safety issues with this practice and asked Lincoln Electric to help. MORE 

Bracing for Winter Work Conditions

Harsh, winter weather presents all sorts of challenges - commuting on icy roads, frozen water pipes, having to shovel a car out of a snow bank, and temperamental furnaces, just to name a few. However, says Construction Dive, the construction industry has its own special set of cold weather-related problems, ranging from some minor inconveniences to life-threatening risks. MORE

Inmates Get Second Chance; Learn Construction Skills

As reported by CBS Denver, Habitat for Humanity and the Colorado Department of Corrections are making the most out of their unique partnership. Inmates can volunteer on home build sites and get classroom instruction to hone their construction skills. Once they complete the program, inmates can get certified by the state and become valuable prospects in the construction industry. MORE 

Encouraging Women to Apply for Jobs in Construction

According to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, with five concurrent rail projects under construction and thousands of jobs to fill, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is actively recruiting women to work as everything from carpenters and plumbers to electricians and operating engineers. Federal guidelines say each project should have 6.9percent women. While some Metro projects are near that, others have less than 1 percent. MORE

How Much Do Construction Workers Make?

Construction is big business on Staten Island, says the Staten Island Advance. Only health care and retail employ more people in the borough than the construction industry, which accounts for nearly 9 percent of all private-sector jobs there. MORE

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