edward@butlersignco.com

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About edward@butlersignco.com

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  • Name
    Edward
  • Company
    Butler Sign Company
  • Job Title
    Administration
  • Location
    Wayne, NJ
  • Gender
    Male

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  • Company Type
    Full Service Shop

Quick Company Info

  • Contact Number
    973-633-5757
  • Address
    582 Fairfield Road
    Wayne, NJ 07474
  • Equipment
    55' Elliot
    65' Elliot
    45' Bucket
    35' Bucket
    Service and Support Vehicles.

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  1. Were there any considerations as far as the face material goes and the light output of each? Was the type of Acrylic noted? Edward
  2. United Plastics 847-336-3080 has been very responsive with us as well. Not so responsive but has taken plastics off our hands in the past has been Tyco Optics. Rod Harris Tycho Optics, LLC. 15954 Mur Len Rd. Unit 186 Olathe, Kansas 66062 Tel. 626-215-0246
  3. Same situation in New Jersey and we are willing to give the stuff away. Mostly old sign faces. Of two companies that have expressed an interest, one is out of business, the other keeps in touch and states they will send a truck next week... Every week for months on end... Still the gaylord boxes pile up. However, if what is being recycled is new poly-carbonate and acrylic from drops of a CNC table of clean new waste, separated by color and type, this may be the way in the future. It's depressing to face the fact that one option on the table is a 40 yard dumpster...
  4. Hello folks, I am looking for the manufacturer of Mazda Dealership Signs. Have a local project that may require replacing two large dimensional logos on an older pylon sign. There are many circumstances here, the main one being the dealership owner not wanting to replace an entire dealership ID package to service/rebuild an existing sign. Any help greatly appreciated. Edward
  5. This established, non-union, full service electric sign, company with 37 years in business is seeking one and possibly two full time installation and service techs. We are in search of the best of the best so experience within the sign industry is required. These positions require a minimum of five years experience with a clean driving and safety record. Candidates must have experience hoisting and crane operation, confidence when working at heights on elevated work platforms, ladders and various types of aerial lifts while servicing or installing signage. Be familiar with installing and servicing fluorescent, LED and neon illuminated signs, secondary wiring, installing pylon and building mounted signage and related components. Working safely and in compliance with the company safety policies and various work authorizations is a mandatory requirement. Additional experience in the following areas will increase the base salary: Welding, Certified Welder, Sign or Channel Letter Fabrication, Electrical Licensing or related experience. Certified Crane Operators, CDL Drivers, OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 Department of Labor Card Holders encouraged to apply. Send wage requirements with resume and reference in your cover letter. Email: edward@butlersignco.com. Fax 973-633-7449 Health and Safety Program & Policies, 401K, Medical Benefits, Vacation and Holidays. Butler Sign Company 582 Fairfield Road Wayne, NJ, 07470United States
  6. It's interesting that the photo on OSHA.gov shows rails which I assume are fall protection but wouldn't these rails bridge the ladders together?
  7. Depends on the length of your lanyard or fall limiter but directly over head to the steel of the roof ... Going by memory for our bucket trucks and Elliot's with 6' lanyards the tie off point would have to be 18'-6" to 22'-0" above the surface that would be contacted in a fall. Using Fall Limiters the tie off point can be much less.
  8. Sorry for not getting it all together in one post but with interest piqued... In plain english from http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pubs/3320.pdf Step, platform, and trestle ladder scaffolds • Scaffold platforms must not be any higher than the second- highest rung or step of the ladder supporting the platform. • All ladders used in conjunction with step, platform, and trestle ladder scaffolds must meet the pertinent requirements of Sub - division 3/X, Stairways and Ladders. Do not use job-made ladders. • Ladders that support step, platform, and trestle ladder scaffolds must be placed, fastened, or equipped with devices to prevent slipping. • Scaffolds must not be bridged one to another.
  9. And actually the one I was thinking of... https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=standards&p_id=10753
  10. After determining what your fall protection is going to be, as well as your confined space plan for working above the ceiling tiles; I would suggest starting points for regulation here, here, here and there: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/scaffolding/supported/ladderjack.html https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=INTERPRETATIONS&p_id=28262 https://www.osha.gov/Publications/osha3124.pdf https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=10917
  11. Acrylic and polycarbonate promise to bring $0.12 per pound once we reach 5000 lbs. Gaylord boxes and shipping paid for by the buyer, we supply labor to seperate & box/pack as well as supply the skids. (Completely dependant on fuel costs and amount being recycled - full trailer vs. half trailer). Wood? I can't understand why it is not recyclable, perhaps it decomposes quickly enough to not be a burden...
  12. We offer a copy of a log sheet with date codes where the case is not stamped with No PCB's. Trouble is some manufacturers print this date code on the primay wires and many log sheets don't have a date associated with what's been recycled. The printing becomes unreadable or the service crews cut the wires to short. Slightly related, I was suprised that out local reecycle accepts wire that has not been stripped.
  13. 0.10 to 0.20 per pound. Only pays for itself when recycling wire, steel and aluminum at the same time. How many document the date codes?
  14. Wondering if anyone else knows about this, not sure how I found it but wish I thought of it. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/poteetphotography/chasing-neon-documenting-our-historic-americana?ref=email Edward
  15. Obviously no LockOut TagOut but It reads like the workman was also working in a confined space. That's an OSHA violation in the states that if often overlooked by sign company awareness. It's a tragic story, one I hope I never have to tell a crew members family. Trying hard not to cmake sense of the 2:30 AM time of incident.