Two safety measures that should be taken during marina construction projects

Posted on: 1 December 2017

When construction work needs to be performed close to a body of water, precautions must be taken to ensure that everyone involved remains safe. Here are two of the most important safety measures that should be taken during marina construction projects. Provide workers with protective garments Labourers who are tasked with performing work that could put them at risk of falling into the water should be provided with protective clothing that will reduce their chances of drowning or developing a life-threatening condition (such as hypothermia) if they end up in the water.
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Insurance Considerations for an Explosive Supplier

Posted on: 28 October 2017

Collecting and delivery of explosives can be a daunting task especially when you are not aware of the regulations and standards of the industry. As an explosive supplier, you are likely to encounter accidents that may be a threat to your operations. To help cover for the risks and accidents that may arise during supply, you need to get proper insurance cover. However, what are the insurance requirements for an explosive supplier?
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Modern Nomad: the Freedom of a Transportable Home

Posted on: 20 October 2017

While many couples and families long for the stability of a fixed home, there are also many people who'd rather not be tied down.  Investing in a transportable home allows you this flexibility without sacrificing your material comfort – and they can often be cheaper than traditional homes.  However, it's not as simple as just purchasing a home and then moving wherever you like.  Here's everything you need to know before you invest in a transportable home for yourself or your family.
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How to Ensure Proper Concrete Curing

Posted on: 11 July 2017

Are you planning a DIY concrete project on your property? Read on and discover some of the measures that you can use to ensure that the concrete will cure properly despite any adverse conditions, such as high temperatures, which may be existing at the time of the pour. Curing Compounds These are products that are formulated to prevent moisture loss in freshly poured concrete. They are applied just like you would apply a coating on a wall or a floor.
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