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June 2005
The following series of fatalities was studied by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Each involves contact with energized lines or equipment. READ MORE
June 2005
In the heart of Detroit, surrounded by erosion and boarded-up businesses, a major construction project is nearing completion. READ MORE
June 2005
There are two different ways to join two optical fibers: splices or connectors. READ MORE
June 2005
You have seen them: tall, gangling, steel structures-known as high-tension lines-that transport hundreds of kilovolts. READ MORE
June 2005
Grounding-electrode continuity Q: Does the grounding-electrode conductor to driven ground rods have to be unbroken to both rods or may a splice be made at the first rod, then READ MORE

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June 2005