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Safety Tips: Strap Hoist Self-Ratcheting?

How safe is self-ratcheting or auto-ratcheting a Strap Hoist under load?

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Safety Tips: Do I Need a Hot Stick?

Is it safe to use an HLT Meter without an attached Hot Stick if I use Rubber Gloves?

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Replacement Parts – The Chance® Strap Hoist

Need help finding replacement parts for a Chance® Strap Hoist?

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Bevins: Electrical Safety Since 1957

For fifty years, Bevins has been producing the best of the best – and we’ve made it all here in the USA.

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Electrical Safety Month – Keep It Safe, Kids

“Be Smart About Fire and Electrical Safety!” – P.I. Plug ESFI boasts a new classroom program that introduces P.I. Plug, a little character who delivers critical electrical and fire safety information to elementary schools. Visit www.esfi.org/educators for their free resources.

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Americans Honoring Their Own

Thank you too all those who spent Memorial Day honoring those great Americans who have paid for our freedom with their lives.

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A Storm Begins

May God be with you and with those responding to the call to rescue and all the linemen on their way to help restore power.

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Final Screening of “Storm Soldiers”

This time of year reminds us of the hard work and sacrifices made by electrical linemen around the country. Here is the final screening of the new movie “Storm Soldiers” just before they begin touring the country. Remember to support the movie, and stay safe out there guys!

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Electrical Safety Is For You

We Support National Electrical Safety Month! While many companies are taking the time to install safety measures and procedures – it’s up to the one working directly with electricity to take the precautions that can save lives. Remember that your safety is up to you. Take the time to do things properly, and train those […]

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Perspectives on Safety in the Workplace

We Support National Electrical Safety Month! At Bevins, we work each day to produce the best products on the market to protect linemen.

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