Stay Focused at Work- It’s almost 2018!

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It’s hard to stay focused during this time of year. With holidays, long weekends, and -often- slower business, it’s easy to get distracted. But 2018 is almost here – and nobody wants to ring in the new year with a pile of backflow reports that haven’t been submitted to water purveyors, or a pile of invoices to send out. What can you do to make sure you stay focused over the next couple of days?

Do all those little things…

Managing ...

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Fire Awareness during the Holidays

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The Holidays: the first thing you think of might not be fire awareness! Instead, you might think of decorating Christmas trees and driving around to look at Christmas lights on homes. Lights, candles, and toasty warm fires all play a huge role in the festivities this time of year – holiday parties wouldn’t go so well in complete darkness! All those wonderful holiday displays are something to not just admire, but also be aware of to reduce your chance ...

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Attending Trade Shows: The Advantage of Differing Perspectives

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When you’re in a specific trade of work, it’s easy to assume there’s little evolution within the field. It’s rare that any given line of work is completely stagnant though. So how do you find out about new ideas, and stay up-to-date with the latest information within the industry? By attending Trade Shows. That’s not the only benefit of attending them, though – let’s chat a little about the reasons you might want to consider going to one in 2018. ...

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Gift Ideas for Backflow Testers

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With December already here, the Holiday Season is officially upon us. Looking for gift ideas for the backflow tester, plumber, or irrigation worker in your life? Look no further!

Something Sharp

Everyone can use a Leatherman – and this rings especially true for anyone in a skilled trade. With price ranges from 25 dollars to 100, the Leatherman can be a gift in nearly any budget. Just make sure they open this gift first, so they can use the knife ...

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