Whether your trenchless installation job requires a horizontal directional drill, pipe-bursting equipment, rod pushers, or piercing tools, you should first thoroughly inspect your equipment even before you leave for the jobsite.
Before your trencher chains first hit the dirt, thoroughly examine your trencher’s engine, hydraulics, belts, and tracks. Also be sure to survey and visually inspect the jobsite and, of course, place a call to the national 811 service.
No matter their size, Mini Skid Steers still require every safety precaution demanded by the largest underground construction equipment. This includes wearing a hard hat, gloves, ear protection, and other forms of PPE.
At Ditch Witch, we want to make sure that you have the resources you need to operate our machines and set up your jobsites in a safe manner. Use the resources below to find more information about safety on the jobsite.