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The Most Dangerous Professions in The United States

Everyone knows that some jobs have higher rates of death and injury than others. But are you working in one of the most dangerous jobs in America? According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these are the five most dangerous professions in the country.

  • 5. Refuse and recyclable materials. Trash collectors spend much of their day riding on a truck collecting materials. The majority of death and injuries in this profession come as a result of traffic accidents.
  • 4. Roofers. Roofers perform most of their work on top of buildings, which can mean being stories above the ground for hours at a time. Most accidents in this sector are the result of falls, slips, or trips.
  • 3. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers. Both pilots and flight engineers are responsible for ensuring that their flight’s course is charted correctly and that the plane is in sky-ready condition. Most fatal injuries in this sector involve transportation incidents, and most accidents occur in the private sector.
  • 2. Fishers. Fishers work long hours and may spend months at a time at sea. Most fishing-related deaths involve boat accidents.
  • 1. Loggers. One major responsibility of being a logger is felling trees, either for aesthetic purposes or to collect wood for consumer products. Logging is the most dangerous industry in the United States, with around 97.6 fatal injuries per 100,000 workers. Contact with equipment and falling objects is the primary cause of death and injury.

Working with construction equipment can be exceptionally dangerous — especially if your team is using malfunctioning or out-of-date tools. If you’ve been putting off purchasing a new BTI hydraulic breaker, Atlas Copco hydraulic hammer, or another necessary tool due to budgeting issues, contact our team. We specialize in offering high-quality, rebuilt, used hydraulic breakers and hammers that provide you with the safety you need at a price you can afford.

3 Benefits of Financing Your Next Hydraulic Hammer or Breaker

As the summer season continues, construction professionals across the country are monitoring both their budgets and their teams to ensure that every project is completed safely and successfully. Unfortunately, after a slowed construction season burdened by COVID-19, small business owners may not have the cash they need on-hand to get the used hydraulic breakers or hammers their team needs to stay safe on the construction site. This can lead team members to continue using out-of-date or unsafe tools in an effort to save money.

Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC is proud to provide you with up to 100% financing for the tools you need to operate your business safely. Financing your next CAT H115 hammer or Atlas Copco breaker comes with a number of benefits for business owners, including:

  • More cash available on-hand. You never know when your business might run into a period of financial hardship. Financing your tools allows you to keep an easily accessible source of liquid cash to cover emergencies.
  • Get the tools you need now. If you don’t have enough cash on-hand to purchase the tools you need outright, you may continue using unsafe tools that put your employees at risk. At Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC, we don’t only offer discounted rebuilt tools — we also make them easier to access and afford with comprehensive financing options. Financing your tools allows you to get the safe options your team needs without waiting.
  • Potential for tax deductions. Depending on the tool you purchase and the nature of your business, you may be able to deduct the price of your tool and your interest from your business’s taxes.

Is your team continuing to use unsafe tools on your job sites? Now is the ideal time to learn more about financing options from Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC. Give our team a call today to learn more and explore your options.