Have You Had Injuries In Your Shop? Make Sure Your Shop Is As Safe As It Can Be

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If you have had some recent worker injuries out in your shop and you worry that your commercial property isn’t safe enough, or that you don’t have the right safety equipment, have a consultant come in. You can have a consultant come and look through the building, and at your workers daily clothing requirements and they’ll let you know where you need to improve. Just because your shop or plant meets the requirements set by the state for safety, doesn’t mean it’s as safe as it can possibly be.…

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Over Looking The Leaks: Four Things That Get Overlooked When Buying A New Home

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If you are planning to buy a new home, you may want to know about some of the major things that potential home buyers overlook. These can be problems like cracks and leaks in the foundation of a finished basement, which can lead to costly repairs once you move into your home. It can also be things like storm damage on a roof, or problems with a septic system that bring you surprises later.…

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Two Electric Safety Myths

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Electrical work can be extremely dangerous for those who are not aware of the safety precautions needed for the job. In fact, there are a few myths about electrical safety that some people may be confused about, which can lead to serious injury if an accident occurs. Here are two misconceptions about safety when working on electrical issues.  Misconception 1: A Brand New Circuit Breaker Will Trip Like It Should…

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