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Here’s a video of Dante showing you how we do lighting is a safe way. We hope you stay safe in whatever you do!

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Restarted Kagoshima reactor churning out power after two-year hiatus -- The Japan Times

” KAGOSHIMA – Japan resumed using electricity generated by nuclear power Friday after a two-year hiatus, following the reactivation earlier this week of a reactor upgraded under tough new safety regulations. 436 more words

Reactor Restarts / Decommissioning

Japan's nuclear regulator says no repeat of Fukushima under new safety rules - media -- Reuters

” Japan’s nuclear regulator said an accident on the scale of the 2011 Fukushima disaster would not occur under new safety rules imposed on reactors such as Kyushu Electric Power’s Sendai No.1, set to be the first to restart since Fukushima, Japan’s Nikkei business daily reported on Saturday. 310 more words

Fukushima Daiichi

ROSS Controls Featured in "Iron and Steel Today"

Eric Cummings, global safety manager at ROSS Controls, explains power elements and safety standards to consider when designing a pneumatic lockout system.

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Hugh Hoagland Addresses Comfort & Contamination in FRC

Although many utility employers began providing arc-rated clothing well before the new OSHA 1910.269, those who are now installing arc-rated clothing programs may face questions and sometimes friction from workers who are accustomed to wearing non-FR on the job. 342 more words

Flame Resistant Clothing

Globalisation: Shortcutting Modern Industrial Relations And Safety Standards?

This poisoned berry thing (the berries with Hepatitis A), is a good example of the externalities associated with globalisation. Notwithstanding some of the good globalisation does for the third world, it’s really a fairly insidious mechanism to allow reduced standards and wages that wouldn’t otherwise be allowed in the first world countries. 95 more words

The menace of heavy duty trucks on Nigerian roads

The non-existence of alternative means of transportation of goods within the country is fast turning Nigeria into a thriving market for heavy duty trucks. Movement of locally manufactured products from the industrial cities to the hinterland, imported goods from the ports to the cities, agricultural products from the farms to the densely populated urban areas and circulation of petroleum products throughout the nation is mainly via the roads. 472 more words

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