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5 Safety Tips and Advice for Building Construction

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Building construction is an industry that presents daily hazards to its workers. While this is part of the job that construction workers are aware of, it is ...
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Look. Listen. Learn. – Fire Prevention Week

Posted by Jason | Comments Off on Look. Listen. Learn. – Fire Prevention Week
Every year, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) hosts a fire prevention week that targets specific aspects of fire safety. The theme this year, ...
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Scattering Family Ashes in Disney

(Photo by Jacqueline Nell/Disneyland Resort via Getty Images) The Wall Street Journal, in conjunction with multiple families and Disney personnel, has confirmed that people regularly scatter the ashes of loved ones at Disneyland and Disney World. Not only is this not an isolated case, it happens on a monthly basis. ...
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Selling History to Build Tomorrow

Custom Street Signs for Sale Charlevoix, Michigan is taking a rather novel approach to raising money for the reconstruction of a local bridge: selling bits of street history. To help fund the Bridge Lighting Project, organizers are rallying various pieces of town history to sell at an annual apple festival. The ...
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Taking Get Off My Lawn To New Levels

One Virginia man is bringing the old musty phrase “get off of my lawn” to new heights. Bryan Tucker put an electric fence adorned with No Trespassing Signs right near a spot where students wait for the school bus. Tucker erected the fence because for the past year, kids have been trespassing and littering ...

Improving Pedestrian Crossing Safety

In recent years, the number of pedestrian fatalities in the United States has grown at an alarming rate. From 2007 to 2016, the number of pedestrians killed by motor vehicles increased by 27 percent – marking a 25 year high. Whereas driver and passenger safety has continued to improve with the advent of new ...
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What You Need To Know About Lockout Tagout

What is Lockout Tagout? Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) is a safety procedure used to ensure machines and equipment are properly shut off and kept off during the completion of any maintenance or service work. The OSHA defined standards on Lockout Devices provides the minimum requirements for the control of hazardous energy ...
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Local Hero Eats Pizza Every Day for 30 Years

There are some people who love pizza and then there’s Mike Roman. Since he was 4 years old, Roman has only eaten pizza for dinner. He is now 41 and deserves every ounce of praise heading his way. On a recent podcast, Mike said his mother allowed him to eat only pizza for dinner because of how picky he was. During ...

Nobel Laureates Receive Custom Parking Signs

One of the hidden benefits of winning a major milestone like the Nobel prize is that your university presents you with a Custom Reserved Parking Sign. Not everyone who wins a Nobel gets a reserved spot close to their office, but as the Wall Street Journal points out, it’s becoming more and more common. When you ...
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Tips to Keep A Green Office

Approximately 700,000 tons of garbage is generated daily by Americans. To break that down, it means that the average American produces 4.4 pounds of trash every single day. By comparison, the global average is 2.6 pounds. In order to reduce the amount of waste we produce here in the states, many offices have gone ...
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5 Tips to Stop Construction Site Trespassing

Construction sites attract trespassers for several reasons. Maybe they are thrill seekers attempting to explore the area or perhaps they’re there to steal tools, equipment, and materials. No matter the reason, having trespassers can be problematic for companies. However, there are ways you can combat this ...
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FDA Slams CA Proposal to Link Coffee with Increased Cancer Risks

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has no reservations quarreling with a California ruling that requires coffee sellers to place cancer warnings on their products. Since 1986, when the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act was proposed and passed, California has had a law that demands companies selling ...
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