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OSHA: Lack of PPE and Training Cost Electrical Technician His Life

  • Apr 16, 2015
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    Mechanical Geniuses

    I have a couple of male friends who seemingly can fix any household problem. One has installed toilets, light fixtures and a hot water tank at my house. In his "real" life, he's the CEO of a company he co-founded. But for years, he owned rental properties and he taught himself to do a lot of home repairs. Another friend, whom many of us refer to as "McGuyver," can fix ANYTHING....More
  • Mar 26, 2015
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    Protect and Serve: Watching out for Man’s Best Friend

    An Ohio police officer was found guilty Wednesday of one count of companion animal cruelty after his K-9 partner died of heat stroke in his police cruiser Sept. 28, 2014. The officer, Sgt. Brett Harrison of the Montville Township Police Department, was found guilty for not providing his K-9 Beny with the necessary food and water during the four hours the dog was left unattended in a police cruiser. Harrison will not serve jail time, and will only pay a $500 fine. This is certainly not an attack on those in law enforcement, nor is it an indictment of K-9 handlers....More

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