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2008 

Running an excavator can get a bit tricky. Here are a few tips on handling a mini-excavator: Car rules apply: fasten your seatbelt and make sure you're strapped in tightly enough. Make sure you've checked the fuel before you begin your shift. Enforce daily maintenance checks on the excava...
12/22/2008
Anyone who's lived in California for a number of years has most likely been through an earthquake. Most of the time, people say they're not a huge deal, but if you go through the right kind, you know that they can be very damaging. Here are a few tips on staying safe in a quake: Are you i...
12/17/2008
Churches, temples, and other religious organizations should be places of peace and happiness, not claims and lawsuits. Are you sure that the place of worship that you’re involved with is covered in case of accidents? Children are a part of almost every type of religious organization. When it come...
12/17/2008
As an artisan contractor, you must be prepared for accidents which occur during work, as many general contractors do not fully discuss artisan contractor insurance before beginning a project. Improper understanding of coverage can lead to disagreements and even pricey lawsuits. Here are a few way...
12/08/2008
Restaurant owners know that their kitchens can be dangerous places, considering the type of equipment used. Many accidents are caused by simple lack of knowledge of how to use the devices of a regular restaurant kitchen. It doesn’t matter if it’s a new employee or someone who’s worked there for a...
12/05/2008
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