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«21» EUFMC Show Coverage
2002 Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference Schedule of Events Williamsburg Lodge & Conference Center
«28» USC & E 2002 Show Coverage
The fourth annual UTILITY SAFETY Conference & Expo will take place May 7-9 in Nashville, Tennessee. Something new to USC&E is attendees can earn Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Certified Utility Safety Administrator (CUSA) points toward retaining their certification.
«32» The 2002 Health & Safety Buyers Guide
Complete information on companies serving the Utilities Health & Safety
«45» New Product Showcase
«48» Advertisers Index
Cover:(Photo: Ropes That Rescue) Linemen using a full litter and medical training during an advanced rescue seminar to lower an injured lineman directly from the bundled conductors of a de-energized 500 kv tangent transmission line at the “V” string. This advanced exercise with Salt River Project/Western Area Power Administration (US Dept of Energy) is simulating a line cart accident or other traumatic injury mishap on the conductor.
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Randell B. Hirschmann, Oberon Company , Div. Paramount Corp
Protect yourself against Arc Flash injuries Everyday across North America, electrical workers are killed by the profession they have chosen: Utility Lineman, Industrial Electricians, Electrical Contractors.
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George Survant Director Fleet Sevices Florida Power & Light
Electric drive vehicles have been around for a long time (see inset).
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Jeff English senior copywriter and project manager at XFORCE, Inc.
The “Not So Secret” Weapon in the Fight Against Heat Stress Heat related stress is a harsh reality in the industrial field.
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Amy Dixon, EMT-P and Kathy Hjelmeland, Philips Medical Systems
What if you could pack the power to save the life of a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) victim into a device smaller than a laptop computer?
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Dan Benelisha Itron
Danger is a fact of life for a traditional meter reader.
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Rick Tempchin Director of energy efficiency and transportation policyEEI
Electric utility service vehicles, such as bucket trucks, are on the road less than two hours a day.
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Jeffrey J. Walter Manager of Corporate Development MasTec Energy Services
There is a saying; “good leaders aren’t born, they’re made”.
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Tim O’Brien vice president sales and marketing, DBI/SALA
Whatever the project, wherever the job site, if you’re working at any height, you’re thinking safety – or you should be.

 
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