Entrenamiento en Seguridad para Escaleras

Este curso en seguridad para escaleras proporciona información diseñada para la protección de los profesionales en el lugar de trabajo. El curso examina cuatro elementos clave para prevenir lesiones relacionadas con el uso de escaleras: selección adecuada de escalera para cada trabajo, inspección adecuada de la escalera, manejo y transporte adecuado de escaleras, así como las mejores prácticas de seguridad para escaleras.

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Climber Pro – Ladder Safety Training Course

This course provides ladder safety information designed to keep professionals safe on the job. The course examines four key elements to prevent climbing-related injuries: selecting the right ladder for the job, proper inspection of the ladder, how to handle and transport your ladder, as well as ladder safety best practices.

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The Value of Virtual Receptionists

Improving a customer's experience directly translates to increased revenue. In one year, US businesses lost over 62 billion due to poor customer service. This eBook gives you resources to manage your small business like a pro, and generate an enviable revenue stream.

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Redefining Sustainable Design: The New AIA COTE Measures

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on the Environment (COTE) is the oldest U.S. program dedicated to sustainable design. In 1997, COTE introduced its annual Top Ten Awards, “the profession's best known recognition program for sustainable design excellence” (AIA), to celebrate exemplary projects and give the industry guidance on how to integrate green building principles. In 2015, to mark its 25th anniversary, COTE embarked on a landmark research initiative to study the first two decades of Top Ten, published in 2016 as Lessons from the Leading Edge. Part of the research was to revisit the program’s criteria of evaluation, known as the COTE Measures of Sustainable Design. The result of this effort was to overhaul the program with a completely new set of principles and metrics. The 2017 Top Ten Awards are the first year to use new criteria such as economic impact and more robust metrics for health and resilience. In this presentation, three members of the COTE Advisory Group will present the new criteria and engage the audience in a lively discussion about what defines sustainable design.

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A Model Zoning Code for Resilient Communities

This course will provide learners with an understanding of how land use codes impact resiliency through barriers and incentives. It will help you gain an understanding of the positive impact on health and productivity from codes promoting resiliency, review case studies detailing principals of natural ventilation, daylighting and onsite energy production.

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A Holistic Approach to Lighting Design

Research continues to discover the effect lighting can have on people and performance. In this video experts discuss how human centric lighting can enable enhanced well-being and help influence productivity.

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2019 Concrete Construction Buyer's Guide

The most comprehensive listing of manufacturers, distributors, associations, and others serving this market sector. This guide includes products and services as well as contact information regarding all things concrete.

Fill out below to obtain free information about the products and services covered in this Buyer's Guide.

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Achieving Growth During a Labor Shortage

There’s a shortage of labor in the lumber and building materials (LBM) industry. If you’re an LBM dealer or distributor not affected by the labor shortage, chances are your customers—or your peers—are. It has created opportunities for businesses to find creative ways to do more with less. Technology is proving to be a valuable asset, and is helping dealers and distributors position themselves as the manufacturers and suppliers of choice for their customers. In this eBook see how this labor shortage came about and look at the impact it’s had on the industry.

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Integral Crystalline Waterproofing

Few building materials have been used for centuries and offer the strength and versatility of concrete. Waterproofing concrete is critical for a functional, reputable and long-lasting structure.

This educational unit will identify the consequences of non-waterproofed concrete. In addition, the course will explore how traditional waterproofing methods are used to protect concrete. Finally, the course will examine integral crystalline waterproofing methods, as well as some case study applications.

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Beyond ADA: Multigenerational Public Restroom Design (Print Course)

Multigenerational design is a growing trend in architecture and interior design. As the United States becomes increasingly diverse, facilities must accommodate by becoming more inclusive.

The American Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design were developed to outline the baseline requirements needed to make a facility accessible to people with disabilities. Although adhering to the minimum requirements of ADA can improve accessibility, exceeding these requirements to achieve multigenerational design maximizes accessibility and inclusivity.


Multigenerational design merges a number of social issues, design philosophies, and facility considerations including universal design, accessibility, specialized equipment, maintenance, sustainability, privacy, health and safety, hygiene and aging in place.

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