September Issue 2001

 


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| September 2001
Open communication about job safety is good practice. For every job site fatality, there are hundreds of “near misses” resulting from unsafe conditions.

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| September 2001
You’re in like Flint. You have the customer, so it’s the perfect time to offer an add-on low-voltage product, or suggest an upgrade to newer technologies.

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| September 2001
Safety is just as important during maintenance operations as it is during construction.

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| September 2001
Financial institutions, bank branches, and a variety of other lending organizations generally have one thing in common—money.

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| September 2001
The basic laws of physics have been unchanged for the most part since Newton postulated gravity.

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