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Archive for December 10, 2013

Three Areas That Fall Protection Training Cover

Written by admin. Posted in Crane school, Fall arrest training, Galvanized steel chain

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Did you know that during the four year stretch from 1995 to 1999, there was an average of 362 construction related falls, which all resulted in a fatality? The problem has not gotten much better, as there were an astonishing 4,209 workers killed on the job in 2011. Falling is in fact one of the four leading causes of construction related deaths.

One of the problems is that construction safety risks are difficult to assess, because each is different from the next. However, there are fall protection training courses that can train workers on how to avoid dangerous situations that might result in a fatal injury. Here are a few areas that these fall protection training courses cover.

Scaffold Safety.

The first thing about being safe on a scaffold, as taught by fall protection training, is t

Toddler Town Daycare in Evanston IL

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Toddler Town Daycare

1501 Howard Street

Evanston, IL 60202



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Toddler Town Daycare is a fully licensed educationally based day care center dedicated to providing a safe and happy environment where young children ages 2-6 can learn, play, explore and grow while their parents are at work. Toddler Town Daycare balances a physically active program with intellectual challenges to ensure each child achieves their highest potential.

The Helpful Benefits of Day Care

Written by admin. Posted in Child care center powell oh, Dublin daycare, Finding a good child care provider

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Did you know that children develop approximately 1,000 trillion connections between the cells in their brains by the age of three? This is twice as many connections as the average adult, which makes early childhood education imperative. Children develop a great deal during the first few years of life, and finding the best day care will not only help prepare your children for kindergarten, but it will also help them learn the essential skills needed to have brighter futures.

Day care centers first appeared in the United States in the 1850s, and their popularity grew significantly during World War II. In fact, the Federal Government sponsored day care for 400,000 children during World War II. Day care centers allow children to develop and grow by providing physical activities, academic lessons, and group lear