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Colds, Flu, and Pandemics in Golf Course Maintenance

As winter’s grip tightens, so does the looming threat of cold and flu season among your golf crew. Contagious illness can have noticeable and sometimes severe effects on your facility, which is why it’s vital to put preventative measures in place. We’re sharing insights from Mike Gracie, the superintendent of the Redlands Country Club in

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The Essential Lockout Tagout Playbook for your Course

As a superintendent, you juggle many responsibilities, and the safety of your crew is right at the top of the list. Your team works around sources of hazardous energy daily, posing risks of electric shocks, entanglement, and faulty combustion engines. In fact, nearly 10% of serious accidents in the workplace are a result of the

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Tree Trimming & Gas Powered Tools: Prepare your Crew for Fall

Fall is upon us, which means the leaves are starting to change color, there’s a fresh chill in the air, and your crew is getting ready for the tree-trimming season! When the gas-powered tools come out, that’s your cue to make sure everyone is reminded of the necessary safety precautions. While they may be fun

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Battling the Blaze: Heat Illness Safety Tips

Summer heat records are being broken across the country this year, which means it’s more important than ever to take steps to prevent heat illness in your crew. Make sure you read these essential heat safety tips from Paul Watkins, a Texan Golf Course Superintendent who’s well-versed in battling sweltering humidity and 100°+ conditions at

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Beat The Heat: Essential Golf Course Heat Safety Tips

This year’s summer has arrived, bringing scorching temperatures and potentially hazardous weather conditions along with it. With 2023 predicted to be one of the hottest summers on record, heat safety on the golf course is paramount this season! Scott Corwin, Director of Golf Course & Landscape Maintenance at Timber Pines in Florida, shares his insights

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Bears to Bees: Wildlife Safety Tips

Although golf courses are often the picture of serenity and bliss, they can also be home to some potentially dangerous wildlife. From venomous snakes to fire ants and even the occasional coyote, it’s important that golf course maintenance crews take the necessary steps to keep themselves safe and protected.   Todd Dattalo, who serves as

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