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Predicting Workplace Violence: The Problem With Profiles

We’re not immune to the potential for workplace violence, but profiling and psychological tests are not the answer when it comes to predicting and handling these susceptible employees.

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Waterproofing the New Glassell School of Art Campus

A new art school in Houston, Texas, required several different types of waterproofing. A local crew worked carefully — even artfully — with other trades to help seal the school’s walkable green roof, parking garage, plaza, and much more

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11 Safety Tips When Handling Hand and Power Tools

For beginners, power tools may be overwhelming — and potentially dangerous. These 11 tips may offer a primer or reminder for pros using handheld tools

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Wet Abrasive Blast and Waterjet Cleaning Standards

Get an overview of NACE and the SSPC’s joint wet abrasive blast (WAB) cleaning and waterjet (WJ) cleaning surface prep standards for steel surfaces.

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Net ‘House’ Blocks SPF Overspray on AAA Roof Restoration

The roof of the massive AAA corporate regional office in Costa Mesa, Calif., was restored with a coated spray polyurethane foam (SPF). The coatings contractor came up with a clever way to keep overspray off the surrounding cars while the facility remained operational.

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Tips for Renting Equipment During COVID-19

Should your company rent or buy equipment, especially in uncertain economic times such as these? Here are 10 topics to consider before deciding whether or not you should rent.

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News Roundup: COVID-19 and the Coatings Industry

As coatings contractors, you may be sheltering at home or considered “essential” workers. Regardless where you are and what you can currently do, you need to have the most up-to-date information for your job.