Archive for September, 2016

Creative Advertisements Can Be Great as Long as They?re Not Too Out There

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 30, 2016. Posted in Airplane signs banner, Letter banner, Plane banner

Banners for advertising

There are many ways of creatively marketing your company?s brand and product or service. Some marketing strategies stick to conventional methods and work quite well, some more traditional marketing habits don?t work at all. Conversely, some creative ways of advertising work extremely well and some creative forms of advertising are? well? a little too creative.

An airplane sign, for example, is a perfect mix of creativity and conventionalism. An airplane banner advertising company started flying airplane signs behind planes in the 1920s and has continued to do so to this day. The Continue Reading | No Comments

How to Store Medication Safely in the Heat

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 29, 2016. Posted in Carded packaging designs, Medical packaging design, Serialisation pharma

Serialisation pharma

Have you ever taken a medication for allergies or pain and then noticed nothing happens a couple hours after? Well, if this happens it is time to think about how your medication was stored. This is especially important during traveling as your medication is more prone to heat. Here are some tips on how to properly store your medication during the warm months.

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Despite what you may think, storing your medications in the medicine cabinet in the bathroom is a bad idea. This is because the bathroom tends to be incredibly humid which can eat away at the coatings on the pills. Keep them in your bedroom if you have air conditioning, but if you do not, make sure to consult with your pharmacist. Depending on the medication, you may have to keep it in th

Lifting Gear Safety and Other OSHA Safety Protocols

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 27, 2016. Posted in Material handling industry, Socket termination, Spelter socket termination

Rigging hardware

Due to the efforts of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there are more safety measures in place within the construction and related businesses. The three-step process devised by OSHA is plan, provide, and train. OSHA’s fall protection courses, rigging courses and relevant certifications need to be completed in order to work on specific types of sites and with specific types of equipment, such as lifting gear.

Fall Arrest Systems

There are two types of fall arrest systems being implemented. The first is a general fall arrest system such as a net; the second system is a lifeline, which is a personal fall arrest system.

The fall or arrest distance, accordin

Finding the Best Inspection Software that Has Corrective Action

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 27, 2016. Posted in Ehs compliance management, Ehs compliance system, Employee training software

Audit software

When looking for an Inspection software for you Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS) management, you want a product that really delivers. It can be difficult being a business owner and having to deal with so many different, rigorous auditing reports to show your compliance with all the regulations that have been put into place. You need to make sure that the inspection software offers your corrective action for each of the compliances each location is missing to help you manage problems better. Here is what corrective action in an audit software can do for you.

Features and Benefits You Should Look for in Corrective Action Inspection Software

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Heavy Equipment Keeping Systems As Safe As Possible

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 21, 2016. Posted in Cutting edges, Komatsu remanufactured long blocks, Used cat parts

Komatsu cylinder heads

Operating heavy equipment of any kind often comes with a lot of warnings. For those experienced with heavy machinery, the prospect of working with heavy equipment is not very intimidating. But anyone can get hurt on the job, and the prospect of injuries or simply a failed project — resulting in time and money wasted — goes up if the equipment being used is not in the best shape. Unfortunately, certain pieces of heavy equipment are often overused without being replaced due to concerns like money — or a simple lack of knowledge or foresight on someone’s part. You can be smart about how you spend your money, and you can make the right choices regarding equipment safety. It’s simply a matter of choosing the right parts from reasonable vendors. Certainly, keeping everyone safe and doing a job well s

Understanding Fire and How to Fight it Before It Starts

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 15, 2016. Posted in Clean agent fire suppression, Commercial fire sprinklers, Fire sprinkler system

Fire alarm systems tampa

Protecting your home or business from fire is crucial. While you can follow guidelines, recommendations, codes, and common sense, there is always going to be the risk that you need to be prepared for. Having up to date, functional, and properly installed fire alarm systems can mean the difference between a near disaster and something that you will be attempting to recover from for days, weeks, or months to come.

Finding the right fire alarm systems

If you are looking to protect your home, you will want to check to make sure that there are properly functioning smoke detectors throughout the home. This means having good smoke detectors spread throughou

Fire Protection Systems Keep Your Business From Getting Burned

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 15, 2016. Posted in Fire alarm installation orlando, Fire alarm systems orlando, Fire protection engineering companies

Commercial fire sprinkler systems

Commercial property fires happen every year. That is not news to anyone. What might be news is the amount of damage they actually cause each year. As one example of many, hotel and motel fires kill an average of 15 people and injure 150 more while causing an estimated $76 million in property loss every year. Other property types such as hospitals and nursing facilities, office buildings, and apartment complexes also live with the fear that some day a fire could reduce everything to rubble, killing or injuring all who are inside.

The results of a recent survey found that out of 119 businesses polled, only 35% of them had an evacuation plan in place in the case of a fire in the building. Escape route plans are an important part of keeping people safe in the event of a fire, but more needs to

How Purple Heart Donation Pick Up Can Turn Things Around

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 12, 2016. Posted in Charity organizations, Make a donation, Veterans donations

Donate clothes

It is easy in the hustle and bustle of everyday life to get caught up in only taking care of yourself. While self care is indeed crucial to a healthy and successful life, we also have a duty to care for our fellow human beings. And it does not take much. You do not have to be financially well off or have such a substantial surplus of wealth that you are capable of donating thousands to charities. No, all you have to do is look for opportunities to lend a helping hand. That and clean out your closet.

Purple Heart donation pick up after a little house cleaning

Maybe you have a tendency to hang on to every little thing that you have ever owned, just in case some situation arises in which you will need it. Or maybe you are the opposite, striving to live a simplified life. Either

Metalworking Industry and Their Reliance on Innovation

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 7, 2016. Posted in Carbide insert, Er collets, Tools


The metalworking industry strongly relies on technological innovations, perhaps more than people might think. It’s up to qualified industrial manufacturers and suppliers to provide businesses with the necessary drills, clamps, carbide inserts, other tools, and all the new tech devices.

Drill technology has come a long way in regards to metalworking and machinery. We still have trouble drilling into metal surfaces that are rounded, uneven, or rigged, so when a new drill, process, or technology is created, entire industries change.

“If the drill is going directly into a nonflat surface, this point angle could have a tendency to push the drill point to one side,” said L

The Importance of Copper Weight in Prototype PCB Manufacturing

Written by Economic Development Jobs on September 6, 2016. Posted in Printed circuit boards, Prototype pcb

Prototype circuit boards

Copper thefts are on the rise. There were approximately 13,000 reported incidents where copper was stolen between 2006 and 2008. That number nearly tripled to more than 32,000 between 2010 and 2012. The increase in copper theft is attributed to its price. Copper is currently valued at over $3 per pound. Globally, copper thefts exceed $1 billion every year. All printed circuit boards (PCBs) use copper. This is the reason the weight of the copper that is used in the prototype PCB manufacturing process.

One of the most important parts of PCB fabrication is the copper. The original metal that was used for the wiring in electronics was brass. It was replaced by copper by the 1950