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December 2014 Blog Posts (2)

Hazard Communication and the GHS

Let me introduce myself, my name is Douglas and, save the last few years, I’ve been in mid-level construction management for most of my adult life.

When I first started out Hazard Communications and “Right to Know” were babies too. Even though they had been around for a while I didn’t keep them and I didn’t work on any job that did. No MSDS, no binders, no Hazcom policy…, nothing.

It wasn’t until I worked my way up to the bigger jobs, the 25 and 50 million dollar jobs, before…

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Added by Douglas Beale on December 2, 2014 at 12:35pm — No Comments

Some Useful Tips to Rule Out the Possibility of Car Fire

Car owners love their cars and take adequate care of them. But despite that, plenty of auto fire incidents take place around us every day. Car owner’s ignorance and negligence are the main reasons that an overwhelming number of car fire cases are reported each year.

 

Being a little bit circumspect and prudent could help car owners keep fire risks at bay. All they need to do is follow some tips and guidelines. That’s all! If they manage to follow all the necessary tips, odds of…

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Added by Patrick Bell on December 1, 2014 at 5:18am — No Comments

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