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Looking for Employment in NJ? Consider These Top Jobs!

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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

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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 »

3D Printing Demand Projected to Rise Through 2017

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According to a recent report from US market researcher, The Freedonia Group, the world demand for 3D printers and related materials is predicted to increase 21% year over year reaching $5 billion in 2017.  The 293-page report, “World 3D Printing”, also forecasts faster growth for 3D printing of metal materials due to rapid gains in… Read more »

Constructing a Resume that Truly Displays Your Skills and Qualifications

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Your resume is arguably the first chance you have to sell yourself to a hiring manager.  The content you include in this one to two page document decides whether or not your get called in for an interview.  By properly discussing your skills and qualifications on a resume you can differentiate yourself among competitors and… Read more »

February Top Maintenance Jobs in Florence, NJ

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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 »

What are the OSHA Regulations for Medical Services and First Aid?

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No matter how many precautions you take in the workplace, accidents can still happen.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration puts regulations in place to make sure you’re well prepared in the case of an emergency.  Under Section 1910.151, the OSHA lays out the regulations for Medical services and first aid. 1910.151(a) This section states,… Read more »

Finding Top Candidates to Complete Your Workforce

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When you’re a well-known company like Nestle, Pfizer, or Fluor, recruiting the nation’s top engineering and maintenance or operations management professionals can be as simple as tweeting “We’re hiring.”  However as a smaller business or start-up, recruiting the top candidates for your work force can be a challenge.  Here are three ways in which any… Read more »

Looking to Land a Job? Stay Top of Mind Post Interview

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You wrote the best cover letter, constructed the perfect resume, caught the hiring managers attention, and you just nailed your the interview for your dream job.  Now what?  Don’t make yourself sick checking your phone and email every five minutes for the next week and a half while the firm is undergoing their decision process. … Read more »

Top Maintenance and Engineering Jobs for February

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Maintenance Supervisor An important link in the management chain of command the Maintenance Supervisor is responsible to manage the Maintenance Department activities to ensure that all production and support systems are operated in the most efficient manner. The Maintenance Supervisor position is mainly responsible for the breakdown repairs and maintenance changeovers of plant production equipment. … Read more »

OSHA and Emergency Action Plans

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Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthy work environment.  In an ideal world there would be no workplace accidents or emergencies, but unfortunately that is not the case.  Therefore, under regulation 1910.38 the OSHA requires businesses to have a plan of action in case of an… Read more »

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