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A Look into Chemical Engineering


Chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, other sciences, and math to solve problems that involve the production and use of chemicals, fuel, drugs, food, and various other products in order to improve the quality of life. They design processes and equipment for large-scale safe and sustainable manufacturing, plan and test methods of manufacturing products,… Read more »

OSHA Overview: What Does OSHA Say about Respiratory Protection?


Is your company doing everything in its power to provide your staff with proper respiratory protection? The safety of your employees should always be your number one concern. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires companies to create a written respiratory protection program, complete with a list of required processes and procedures for required… Read more »

4 Improvements for a Smarter Supply Chain


Your supply chain is the backbone of your business, but do you give it the attention it deserves? This invaluable process governs product arrival dates, availability, and quality ─ key components your reputation is built on. Often times, companies make the mistake of investing all their extra time, effort, and funding into the more fun… Read more »

Networking in the Engineering Industry | Tips to Land Your Next Job


If you’ve grown a little too comfortable in your current position, it may be time to move on to your next challenge in the engineering field. However, in this highly competitive field, who you know is often the key to getting a highly coveted interview with a leading company. People trust referrals from those they… Read more »

A Look Into Aerospace Engineering


Before new aircraft designs are used, they’re put through years of testing to make sure they’re safe for passengers. Aerospace engineers and technicians are responsible for testing both these new designs and providing quality assurance to existing equipment. These professionals are tasked with programming and running computer simulations to perform these tests. This work is… Read more »

Workplace Safety | Welding and OSHA Regulations


Because welding uses an open flame, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has strict safety and fire prevention guidelines surrounding welding processes in the workplace.  Below we’ll highlight some of the main guidelines, restrictions, precautions, and supervision requirements you need to follow in order to maintain the safety of your employees and keep your welding… Read more »

Minimizing the Skills Gap in the Engineering Industry


In the past few years, companies have increasingly reported a lack of skilled engineers to replace retiring employees of the baby boomer generation.  This threatens the competitive edge of the engineering industry across the United States and worldwide.  Job experts and employers are becoming very concerned about the lack of graduating engineers with experience able… Read more »

What are the OSHA Regulations on Powered Industrial Trucks?


To reduce workplace injuries, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration has safety requirements for the design, maintenance, and use of fork trucks, tractors, platform lift trucks, motorized hard trucks, and all other specialized industrial trucks powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines.  The regulations in 1910.178 of the OSHA Standards do not apply to… Read more »

Looking for Employment in NJ? Consider These Top Jobs!


MAC Incorporated is a niche-based recruiting and staffing firm that specializes in the placement of engineering, maintenance, and operations management professionals. We understand the crucial role human beings play in the rate and quality of production output as well as the overall efficiency of asset utilization. We pride ourselves in working with and representing a… Read more »

The Importance of Portable Fire Extinguishers in the Workplace


As much as we like to think it won’t ever happen at our office, there are approximately 6,000 office fires in the United States each year.  Fire Code requirements specify the size, number and location of fire extinguishers that must be within your facility. These requirements help establish a protection level appropriate for your office. … Read more »

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