Safety Issues Must Be Stressed

Hall, John R.
October 2005
Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;10/24/2005, Vol. 226 Issue 8, p42
Trade Publication
Presents several safety measures to be implemented for employees in the heating and ventilation industry in the U.S. Imposition of wearing appropriate personal protective equipments in hazardous conditions; Erection of solid planks on the working area entire surface; Installation of safety railings during structural working assembly.


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