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    Careers in Acoustic and Audio Equipment Design Audio engineers have an interesting combination of character traits. On the one hand they tend to love music and want to have a hand in creating it. On the other hand they are also lovers of technology and ‘cool gear’. Along with an interest in technology usually comes an interest in understanding how it works – a desire to master the technology. With some people also comes a desire to go beyond the latest gear and ‘do it better’. They have a

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    Improvement of Tennis Equipment Improvement is certainly one of the main principles which define American culture and its people. It is evident in politics, economics, technology and even in sports. The improvement in sports is continuously producing higher standards for athletes and their performances. Stronger clubs, faster engines, safer pads, lighter bats, and longer lasting balls are just a few of the elements in the grand arsenal of ever-improving weapons. Such is certainly the case with

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    This document will address two questions: The first is whether the political organization of the United Kingdom is similar enough to the United States that Americans would adapt and work comfortably there, and secondly, if the United Kingdom has a history of political stability (how long), and is likely to continue for at least 10 years in the future. The answers to these questions will be used to determine marketing potential for the introduction of personal computing products to include a network

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    which causes them more money. In order for offices to keep up with these demands, they use office equipment to make their office more productive. Although an office might purchase office equipment, if it is not used correctly it is not an asset to the company. Within an office, the supplies of its equipment can range from the use of pens to that of collating machines.Other examples of office equipment include the use of computers, fax machines, reprographic copiers, storage devices such as flash/external

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    avoided with the right equipment. Other sports require safety equipment but not every safety accessory necessary to protect the players. This includes things like pads on soccer goals, facemasks on baseball helmets, or even mouth guards in football. These are all things that can be used to avoid serious injuries. If the equipment was improved, our local athletes could be in less danger of injuring themselves. Simple things like rules and regulations can help with the sport equipment issue. In many sports

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    PRACTICAL 7 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT INTRODUCTION Personal protective equipment, commonly referred to as "PPE", is equipment worn that is compulsory to workers or farmers to minimize exposure to a variety of hazards especially from being contact with herbicides and their residues. Examples of PPE included gloves, boots, goggles or face shield, respirator, tyvek suit or apron. They are been used to protect the eyes, nose, mouth, skin and clothing. PPE not even helps in protecting workers but

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    construction site. The best safeguard for the workers are by wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) depending on the requirement. Personal protective equipment is any equipment intended to protect a worker's head, face, eyes, hands, or feet. It represents collectively the forms of safety equipment that people wear to protect their safety and health when they are doing work. PPE does not eliminate hazards. Protective equipment is just one part of an overall safety program that includes administrative and

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    2.4.6 Personal protective equipment (PPE) According to Hughes and Ferret (2008:332), PPE is common in the construction industry and refers to protective clothing or other gear designed to protect the wearer’s body, for job-related OHS purposes. Alaqqad (2009:29); Olson et al. (2009:384); Kheni, Gibb and Dainty (2006); Rajendran and Gambatese (2009) indicated that, construction organisations should provide appropriate equipment to avoid the probabilities of accidents to workers. Kenrick (2012) supported

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    to respond to an aircraft incident or accident and must be fully prepared to address any hazards or dangers at the scene. This paper will discuss the different types of aircraft hazards and support equipment for ARFF personnel. The Different Types of Aircraft Hazards and Support Equipment for ARFF Personnel There are many types of aircraft hazards that ARFF personnel will encounter and/or must be familiar with at an airport. ARFF personnel must know and understand the different types

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    IT Equipment 1.0 INTRODUCTION A quote from a PC World magazine on "The Digital Future" said, "in the future, people will live twice as long, computers will die twice as fast" 1. As computer technology continues to accelerate at an unprecedented rate, information technology (IT) equipment waste is becoming an increasingly significant portion of the solid waste stream. Information Technology equipment waste is receiving increased attention for the following reasons: § Rapid

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