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The FUSED Industries construction blog brings the latest company updates, industry news and other information you should know together in one convenient place. Whether you’re searching for information about our Industrial, Civil, Electrical, Fabrication and Commercial divisions, have questions related to safety and training or want to know more about FUSED Industries as a whole, you’ll find all that and more right here!
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  • Join OSHA in Placing Focus on Fall Protection

    For the last decade, fall protection has been the most-cited workplace violation by the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA). With so many violations, it’s not surprising that falls are one of the most common causes of death on work sites, particularly in construction. Each year in May, OSHA’s National Safety […]

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    Mechanical Instrumentation: A Solutions-Focused Approach

    Mechanical instrumentation is vitally important for the safe management of any industrial system. That’s why FUSED Industries takes a solutions-focused approach to instrumentation and industrial I&E services. No matter the industry or the type of equipment, mechanical integrity standards should be maintained at each stage of an instrument’s life cycle. That includes everything from fabrication […]

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    Industrial Industry Basics: What Are Millwright Services?

    If you’ve visited with many industrial construction companies (FUSED Industrial included) you’ve likely heard mention of millwright services. But, are you clear on exactly what those services entail? Although a common phrase among many industrial pros, we understand that that isn’t the case everywhere. We also understand that construction work generally tends to run a […]

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    A Look Ahead at Plant Turnarounds and Shutdowns

    Like so many things in 2020, plant turnarounds and shutdowns found themselves on a slightly different schedule than in previous years. Due to occupancy and distancing concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, World Oil reported that many operations placed such practices on hold. After all, the work requires “extra” personnel to make their way on-site, […]

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