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Park Benches and their Utility

02nd November 2012
For every public place like parks and gardens, the installation of the right kind of equipment is one of the essential factors to provide comfort to the general public. Among them, park benches are one of the essential accessories as they not only help in... Read >
Author: Nicolas Breedlove

The Beauty of Using Commercial Floor Tiles in Offices

30th July 2012
It is a fact that there are various types of floorings that you may use for establishments. These commercial tiles or commercial floor tiles can be of various materials such as porcelain tiles, antislip tiles and more. Choosing the right commercial tiles ... Read >
Author: John Walker

Why to choose glass partitions for office?

09th August 2011
Glass partitioning for offices provide a work area that is simultaneously functional, dynamic, modern, light and effective. By dividing an office into sections you are able to maximise the space available to, creating separate work areas for your empl... Read >
Author: Uniqua Brand

Backlit Keyboard –Typing In the Dark Made Easy

25th March 2011
The backlit keyboard, as is evident from the name is a computer keyboard that has illuminated keys to enable typing even in a variety of lighting conditions. It is ideal for use in various sectors that need to use the computer in locations that are poorly... Read >
Author: aftfasteners

Salon cleanliness and upkeep

05th March 2010
Taking care of a salon isn't easy. You have to take care of every small detail and make sure your clients get the best services possible. You have make sure you place is safe for your clients as well as staff. It may be the smallest thing that you incorpo... Read >
Author: Damien Broderick

Water Damage in Office Buildings

27th January 2010
Water damage can be can be costly in an office environment since there are expensive equipment and furniture that can be affected and important documents destroyed. Moisture in the building can also lead to toxic mold growth, which results to adverse long... Read >
Author: Leo Nov

There is No Such Thing as an Accident

12th November 2009
There was a saying that 'there was no such thing as an accident'. Of course to some people this might seem a little bit unfair, because so many of us have had an accident of some sort. Basically the crux of this statement is that in most cases, an acciden... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Ergonomic: Work Design Principles and Anthropometrics

18th August 2009
Work Design Principles The two primary objectives of the ergonomics process are to enhance performance and reduce fatigue. The ergonomics process is a multi-step method to evaluate work, study how the body responds to these work demands and then use this... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

Why Study Management

27th February 2009
You may be wondering why you need to study management. If you are an accounting major, a marketing major, or an major other than management, you may not understand how studying management may help you in your career. We can explain the value of studying m... Read >
Author: Rashid Javed

Shih Tzu Groom Shop Design

04th January 2006
Three factors to consider in planning and opening a Shih Tzu Groom Shop are: 1. Shop design 2. Working to achieve maximum production 3. Business management Shop Interior Design How you decorate will render your Shih Tzu Groom Shop attractive ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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