September Issue 2001

 


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| September 2001
By 1997, the headquarters of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) in Washington, D.C., originally built in 1955, were in need of

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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
For years, many in the line contracting business have been saying that the nation’s transmission and distribution system (call it “the grid” or T&D system) was due for a m

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| September 2001
When you encounter a problem job, your attention may become overly focused on solving the immediate, day-to-day concerns.

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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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