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New candidates and existing certificants alike will be given an opportunity to take a wide variety of CCO written, practical, and recertification exams at CONEXPO/CON-AGG, to be held March 22-26 in Las Vegas, Nevada. For…
1. OSHA Recognizes Gemini’s Safety Practices at Texas Plant  Gemini Incorporated employees at the manufacturing facilities in Taylor, Texas were recently honored with OSHA’s Safety and Health Recognition Program (SHARP) Award at a recognition ceremony.…
The International Sign Association’s updated Mobile Crane Operator Safety Certification Training, which begins in January, will offer courses in more than 40 cities throughout 2011. In addition, each training course immediately will be followed by…
Decorah, Iowa—A recognition ceremony was held recently for Gemini Incorporated’s manufacturing facilities in Decorah, Iowa to present employees with OSHA’s Safety and Health Recognition Program (SHARP) Award.
The International Sign Association has released the results of a three-year study it commissioned on single-pole sign structures. The new report enhances the understanding of sporadic failures of single-pole, high-rise sign structures that incorporate “telescoping…
Basic electronic calculators will be permitted for use on certain CCO written exams, the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) has announced. Previously, calculators have been prohibited on all CCO national tests.…
AWPT, the North American subsidiary of IPAF, has launched a new aerial work platform (AWP) training course aimed at enabling supervisors and managers to prepare for and safely coordinate various types of AWPs on site.…
Bunting® Magnetics Co.—producer of precision magnetic products for the worldwide printing, automobile, plastics, food, and electronics industries—has announced that it has discontinued its flexible die product line and will no longer accept orders for flexible…
Sign Builder Illustrated contributor Jim Hingst writes: “From time to time, application tape will tear when you least expect it. When this happens the graphics can be trashed.
Sign Builder Illustrated columnist Jim Hingst writes: “To help you in working with application tape, I have compiled some tips and tricks. He continues: “This guide covers laminating the tape onto graphics, transferring graphics from…
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