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Keeping Construction Workers Safe

26. February 2013

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With over 6.5 million people working in the field of construction in the United States, this field has the highest worker fatality rates of all land based professions. With the dangers inherent at a construction site, there are many factors to take into consideration in regards to keeping those employed in the field safe. In [...]

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Affordable Residential and Commercial Projects in Faridabad!

19. February 2013

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The attempt to decongestant the capital from the horde of industrial units and factories, has brought luck to the neighboring states of Haryana and Punjab as it has given birth to newer cities like Faridabad that is soon gaining recognition as a self-contained city. Faridabad was initially inhabited by people who moved in because of [...]

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Cutting Edge Solutions by Structural Engineers

15. February 2013

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The history of structural engineering dates back to the dawn of civilizations. Several ancient monumental architectural structures that stood the test of time have been a clear-cut example for this. Structural engineering is a considered as a branch of civil engineering. However, it has grown by such proportions that it can be considered as a [...]

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Ergonomic In The Workplace

12. February 2013

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Ergonomics is a term used to define the relationship between the worker and their equipment, process, material and their fellow worker, and it is further defined that this relationship must be designed to bring a level of comfort to the worker. Discomfort can be experienced by the worker with the absent of or poor ergonomic [...]

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