Month: July 2015
Applied Certified Training helps you avoid DOT fines and delivery vehicle impounds. Failure to follow DOT requirements can result in fines of $2,100 or more!
DID YOU KNOW according to OSHA Section 5(a)(1), employers must provide employees with a workplace free from recognized hazards including ergonomic hazards? Applieds quick connectors are a low cost way to eliminate repetitive motion injuries and increase productivity! Oxygen fillers can quickly connect and disconnect oxygen cylinders during the fill process with a simple lever. This increases filling speed up to 5 times! High Speed OxyFill Oxygen Quick Connectors work with all CGA-870 post valves, 1/2 NPT male inlet for use on oxygen manifolds (also available in 1/4 NPT). What is NPT? What size do I need? National Pipe Thread Taper (NPT) is a U.S. standard for tapered threads used on threaded pipes and fittings. In contrast to straight threads that are found on a bolt, a taper thread will pull tight and therefore make a fluid-tight seal. The typical sizes you will see in medical oxygen filling are 1/4 and 1/2 NPT. (The 1/4 and 1/2 names do not actually refer to the NPT sizing, but
You become who you hire could not be more true than when it comes to hiring your Chief Information Officer (CIO). Recently, I listened to a CIO of a multi-million dollar organization present on his progress during his first ten months; and I thought we could all pick up good ideas from his actions. The organization completely revitalized its IT, and the way it works, just by hiring one person. First, the CIO reduced the risks and hassle of e-mail outages by moving the organizations Microsoft Exchange server to a well-known national e-mail management firm. This firm provides professional 24/7 service, reliability, and much higher level of security. Using an outside service also provides a fixed contract cost with no worries of unexpected, expensive in house equipment failures. Another great feature of this move? It was all nearly invisible to users because the look and procedures didnt change and at all. Todays e-mail is as important to business as voice telephone service, perhaps more.