Use this hand-curated collection of resources to help you plan and prepare for a safe job when working on houses.
Five-gallon buckets keep first-aid kits and fire extinguishers easy to identify and access on the job site.
Carhartt's washable kneepads fit right inside the company's popular double-front carpenter's pants, offering a decent level of daily protection with very low maintenance.
In addition to the standard electrical tools, this is the equipment you'll need for rough-in work.
These Dickies pants have a useful sacrificial double knee and no unecessary bells and whistles.
A homeowners wonders which is smarter: removing or encapsulating the vinyl-asbestos tiles on his basement floor.
Klein's new line of testers helps you locate the right circuit breaker and verify the voltage of your outlets.
Working safe on the job site can be as simple as avoiding risks, or as involved as installing a system of guardrails, ropes, and harnesses. Learn how to implement the options that match the requirements of your projects.
The Racatac provides comfortable support for tilesetting, installing baseboard, and other low-down work.
Keeping a kit of personal protective equipment on the job-site helps you and your crew stay safe and comfortable.
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