Safety Risks in Your Warehouse

Minimising Safety Risks in Your Warehouse

Warehouses can be one of the most dangerous places to work in. Injuries and even fatalities can happen when a warehouse is not managed well. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics 16 fatalities happen every year in the US warehousing and storage sector, and 5 out of every 100 warehouses will have an

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Does an Insurance Policy Agent-Client Relationship Matter?

However less often, if you have a personal vehicle and you use it to run any business errands, the best policy to buy is commercial insurance. The converse will also apply, in this case. But, how often have you considered that fostering a healthy relationship with your automobile insurance agent would help you get the most

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Getting a Car

Considerations Before Getting a Car

Buying your first vehicle is an exciting decision, one that is guided by passion. People buy their first car because they have suddenly found one that they really like. But the specifics of the vehicle you choose can greatly impact your use and enjoyment of it in the years to come. If you buy the

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Diet food

Fad Diets Will Not Change Anyone’s Behavior Toward Food

Every couple of months, there’s a new fad diet gaining traction. If it’s timed conveniently, it can be so popular that everyone you know might be into it to get their summer body ready. What these fad diets advocate is the quick, often unhealthy way of losing weight—water weight, to be exact. Some of them

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man welding

What You Need to Know About Welding Technology

Working with metal is not an easy undertaking. If you need the best welding equipment for your project, welder rental is an ideal option. Through welding, you can create some of the world’s most robust materials you can envision. To master the trade, you need a lot of practice. To complete your work considerably, it’s better to

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seniors swimming

Mistakes to Avoid in Retirement Planning

A recent survey by the Employee Benefit Research showed that more than 60 percent of workers, both skilled and unskilled, are confident of stress-free living after retirement. The reason for their confidence is that these workers are sure that the amount of money they are setting aside for retirement is enough to support them when

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Spiral helix fossil

The Bones of the Earth: Utah’s Fossil Treasure Trove

Scientists brought Utah reporters to an undisclosed location in the vicinity of Lake Powell to share exciting paleontological news: they’ve unearthed several bone and teeth fragments that belong to a species of mammoth. The researchers asked the reporters to keep the location of the site secret for the time being because of the fragility of

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different colored trash bins lined up

Upgrade Your Trash Bins with These Organisational Hacks

Admit it: One of the worst tasks at home is having to organise the trash. Even if you manage to recycle some of the waste that you produce inside the house, having to take out the garbage bag or the garbage bin remains to be the most hotly contested debate in your household. Who’s going

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employees in an open space workplace

Aging in Place: The Economic Outlook of an Older America

The US has an aging population. The 75 million baby boomer Americans are entering retirement age. A U.S. Census Bureau report says the elderly population is set to outnumber children for the first time in the country’s history. By 2035, there will be 78 million people ages 65 and above and only 76.4 million individuals

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SCUBA

The Designs of Leonardo Da Vinci in the 21st Century

Leonardo Da Vinci is famous for painting the Mona Lisa, but he was also an inventor and mechanical engineer. He designed machines and contraptions which would have been very difficult to actually build during the Renaissance. In the 21st century, however, some of these designs may find modern equivalents, such as the following. Scuba gear

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