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  • No, we are not talking about words from a popular Christmas carol, but rather the real potential for hearing loss among your employees, particularly those who are exposed to high levels of noise from machinery.The Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires an employer to provide hearing protection to employees who are exposed to certain noise levels. Common sense or your insurance...
  • Solar as a trend has so far been mainly in Europe, says Russell J. Ebeid, president, Glass Group, Guardian Industries Corp., Auburn Hills. Mich. “Europeans have always been into use of glass of unique nature; whereas U.S. is more vanilla [in its use of unique glass], not exotic,” he said. “And that’s because the builders in the U.S. don’t pay for exotic.” The U...
  • Potential and risks for U.S. glass industry
    The U.S. is starting to wake up as far as solar power is concerned, and much of it is in the south.
  • In addition to solar technology and products, the 20th glasstec was a treasure house of gorgeous and innovative decorative glass. Other than decorative glass booths that looked like pieces of art, stunning decorative glass panels—painted, acid-etched, silk-screened, sandblasted and more--surrounded the glass technology symposium area. The eye-catcher of the show was a bent bridge of cold-...
  • Despite the abysmal economy in the U.S. and abroad, glasstec ended on a successful note with more than 1,300 exhibitors and more than 55,000 visitors from across the world. The attendance was a slight improvement over last glasstec, according to a Messe Dusseldorf release, Oct. 25. About 58 percent of the visitors were from outside of Germany. France, Italy and the U.S. posted increases in their...
  • The Protective Glazing Council International, Topeka, Kan., hosted its annual symposium Nov. 11-13 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, Va. The theme of the symposium was Protective Glazing in a Green World; Sustainability & Protection.
  • Risk management and loss control have become sophisticated subjects involving detailed analyses of potential risks, oftentimes with the use of computer modeling. But don't let the small stuff slide. Slips, trips, and falls can create ill will to your customers or clients, and result in lost time if your employees are injured.There are some checklists that cover everything from frayed carpet to...
  • According to early reports, more than 26,000 attendees hit the first day of the 2008 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in Boston, and some exhibitors estimate that total attendance reached more than 28,000. Total attendance reached 22,835 in 2007.
  • If you are located in an area that is frequented by winter storms, you know it is not too early to make sure you are prepared for winter snow removal. Whether you have your own equipment and do it yourself, or you hire a snow removal contractor to do the work for you, now is the time to review your plans or inspect your equipment to make sure you are ready.For a handy checklist for either...
  • The Protective Glazing Council International, Topeka, Kan., kicked off its annual symposium Nov. 11 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, Va. The theme of the symposium is “Protective Glazing in a Green World; Sustainability & Protection.”
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