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At Duke’s Landscape Management, safety has always been a number one priority for owner Eric Cross. Based in Hackettstown, New Jersey, Duke’s provides commercial landscape maintenance, commercial snow and ice management, landscape design/build and holiday display services. Last year the company earned several NALP Safety Recognition Awards: a gold level – Overall Safety Achievement award, […]
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On average, January is the coldest month of the year and for those who have crews out working this winter weather means employees can be at risk of cold stress, where the body’s skin temperature and internal temperature are driven down. When the body is unable to warm itself, serious cold-related illnesses and injuries may […]
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Snow removal companies are well-aware of the threats slips and falls pose their business and the repercussions that may occur if a customer slips. But what about the crews out clearing the property when it’s at its slipperiest? While the majority of the time your crews will be able to clear a property in the […]
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