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Infrared cameras detect leaks at industrial sites across the Gulf South. Will they gain...

Thanks to the ingenuity of some early visionaries, the use of infrared technology for leak detection is gaining a foothold at industrial sites in...

Mental health programs for employees are becoming commonplace in the industrial workplace

For an industrial contractor like Turner Industries, safety is paramount. But ensuring safety takes more than sound equipment and well-trained workers. People with mental health...

Insight: Increasing awareness, guidance and insight among construction firms

Based on fatal occupational injuries per 100,000 full-time workers, the four most dangerous occupations are loggers, fishermen, aircraft pilots and extraction workers, according to...

How do corridor companies do it? Leadership and people skills are key

As Louisiana’s continuing demand for skilled laborers leads to a worrisome decline in productivity, some are taking steps to ensure safety doesn’t become the...

Executive Profile: David Rentrop, W.R. Grace

Name: David Rentrop Position: Operations Director Company: W.R. Grace, Lake Charles Plant Age: 60 Hometown: Lake Charles Education: B.S., Chemical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University Where did your career start, and how...

SWAT assembles an elite turnaround team and raises the productivity threshold

By 2014, Johnny Holifield and Jimmy Quick had several years of experience under their belts, along with some clearly defined notions about what it...

Competition, technology and safety are the key drivers in today’s heavy lifting industry

As industrial owners design vessels and structures that are heavier, taller and in increasingly tighter spaces, the facilitators of their installations—the heavy lifting industry—have...

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