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EPA Engineering Guidelines: The Essentials

Posted on: April 15, 2015, Categories: Safety

There are many guidelines and regulations that an engineering firm must stick to during the planning and construction of a new project. It is the structural engineer’s job to make sure that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines are being followed.

Understanding which EPA guidelines are most essential can help you keep your project on track and up to code.

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Experience Energy Efficient Lighting Design with LEDs

Posted on: July 25, 2014, Categories: All Posts, Safety, LED Lighting, Case Studies, Case Study

If you have attended an industrial trade show recently, you know that the hype surrounding LEDs in industrial complexes and projects is inescapable. It’s important to understand that the hype is justified when LEDs are implemented correctly into project designs as they greatly increase energy efficiency.

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Why Your Workers Need In-Person OSHA 10 Hour Training

Posted on: March 7, 2014, Categories: Safety

Worksite accidents are far too common in the construction industry. OSHA Construction 10-Hour Training is designed to raise awareness of construction site safety and health hazards and provide information and motivation to recognize and mitigate those hazards. Aside from the significant impact that an accident can have on workers and their families, the impact that an accident can have on a business’s bottom line can far exceed the direct costs of medical care. Indirect costs of an accident such as lost productivity, accident investigation, schedule delays, legal fees, workman’s compensation, etc. can add a significant multiplier to the medical costs of an accident.

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