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Troubleshooting Thursdays: Electrical Faults (Tip 9)

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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A resource for safe and effective troubleshooting: from the leaders in simulation training. Welcome back! So far on Troubleshooting Thursdays, we have been learning systematic troubleshooting, which is essential for safely and efficiently replacing a defective component within a malfunctioning circuit.  But what actually makes an electrical circuit malfunction? Today on TsT, we will be discussing the abnormalities found in Continue Reading ...

The Talent Shortage, What it’s Costing Manufacturers

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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THE TALENT SHORTAGE: HIRING VERSUS CREATING  The costs of the skills gap and talent shortage are fairly intuitive — businesses that can’t get the employees they need face lower levels of efficiency, loss of innovation and creative talent, obstacles to growth, and the challenge of keeping production levels high enough to satisfy growing consumer demand. The financial cost, however, may be surprising: estimates put it as high Continue Reading ...

Prepare Your Home Now for Hurricane Season

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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Expert advice on steps you can take now to prepare your home for hurricane season, including  installing storm shutters, battening down the roof, installing appropriate doors, selecting a hurricane-proof garage door, and more.  How safe will your home keep you in the event of a hurricane? If you live in a hurricane-prone region, such as Continue Reading ...

Utah’s 20 Safest Cites of 2018

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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Utah is known for its natural wonders and strong religious roots, but it’s also a safe place to live, work, and play. Based on the most recent FBI crime report, the Beehive State’s violent crime rate was 39% less than the US average in 2016, with incidents of murder being especially low. Violent crime was even more uncommon among the state’s twenty safest cities. On average, violent offenses accounted for a mere 3.9% of crimes reported by these cities, and all but two of the state’s Continue Reading ...