A. Toe Nails Rafter/truss anchored to top plate of wall using nails driven at an angle through the rafter/truss and attached to the top plate of the wall. B. Clips Metal attachments on every rafter/truss that are nailed to one side (or both sides in the case of a diamond type clip) of the rafter/truss and attached to the top plate of the wall frame or embedded in the bond beam. C. Single Wrap Metal Straps must be secured to every rafter/truss with a minimum of 3 nails, wrapping over and securing to the opposite side of the rafter/truss with a minimum of 1 nail. The Strap must be attached to the top plate of the wall frame or embedded in the bond beam in at least one place.
Eliminate Risk | Automate the process to remove manual handling | 2. Substitute | Have items at waste level, or on lower shelves | 3. Engineer | Provide a platform that raises and lowers the goods and workers | 4. Administrative | Rotate workers or have 2 people working at the same time, job rotation | 5. Use PPE | Provide safety harness, back brace, steel capped boots | D: Storing turpentine and other flammable solvents in a shed 1.
From the fountainhead of the spring, a number of waterworks were built throughout the Judean period, to transport the Gihon waters and to safeguard access to the city's water source. These included the Shiloah Tunnel, which ran outside the city, and the Hezekiah Tunnel, which took a very twisted pathway, inside the mountain itself. It was apparently built along a crack in the bedrock, much as was Warren's Shaft. <br> The Shiloah tunnel was dug along the hill, from the spring southward to the outskirts of the city. It was apparently was meant to be used as an irrigation system.
The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, more commonly known as Superfund, was signed into law on December 11, 1980. It is designed to clean up the most polluted, complex, uncontrolled or abandoned sites contaminated by hazardous waste. It authorizes the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to find who contaminated these sites and compel them to clean them up. If a responsible party cannot be found the EPA is authorized to clean up the site on it’s own utilizing funds from a specially set up trust. Celebrating it’s 30 years in operation the “Superfund” has completed construction of clean up remedies on 67.5% of sites on the National Priorities List.
Miller worked for Thompson and also worked with designers like Fredrick Ingersoll and Fred and Josiah Pearce. 2 Around 1910 Miller created a device that stopped the train from going backwards on the lift hill. It was attached to the track and connected to the rungs of the chain [known as the safety dog chain]. Miller patented the “Miller under friction wheel” in 1919, also known as the “upstop wheel”. It was a wheel that was under the track and would keep the train coasters from going off track.
Final Essay Exam GEOL 108 1. Describe the paths of water through the hydrologic cycle. Explain the processes and the energy gains and losses involved in the changes of water between its 3 states. Operationally, we often most concerned with water does when it reaches the solid earth, both on the surface and in the sub-surface. Explain the relationship between the saturated zone, the water table, a ground water well and the cone of depression, all within the sub-surface.
Enacted originally in 1948, the Act was amended many times until it was reorganized and expanded in 1972. Primary authority for the implementation and enforcement of the Clean Water Act is now the responsibility of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Under the Clean Water Act, the states have the primary responsibility for preventing, reducing, and eliminating water pollution. The states have to do this within a national framework and, EPA is empowered to move in if the states do not fulfill their responsibilities. (Ch52,pg1355) Works Cited: Business Law 14th Edition, Mallor, Barnes, Bowers, Langvardt, Chapter 52, page 1355.
so it is owned by the owners of theme parks, which gives it the touristy feel. Finally, Kenilworth castle, Kenilworth castle was built in 1266, during the 6-month siege of Kenilworth, this was believed to be the longest siege in English history. It started out as a motte and baily, this was how the castle (and many others at this time) was first formed. Then in the 13th century stone walls, entrance towers and some overhead cover was built, these developments were built because they needed to fortify defenses. In the early 1400’s huge improvements to the outer walls and entrance were built, as well as the great hall, the outer wall improvements were for extra defense and the great hall was built for an
Atmospheric contamination can occur as a function of improper disposal of fracking fluid, or as a byproduct of natural gas refinement. As mentioned above, if the fracking fluid is not trucked to waste water treatment facilities, or dumped onto fields or into waterways, it is often sprayed into the air in a fine mist to facilitate evaporation. The mix of chemicals contained in the fracking fluid are then released into the atmosphere. (cite) After the gas has been extracted from the well it enters into the first stage of refinement on site. When the gas comes out of the ground, it comes out wet.
Lifeguards had to rescue shoppers in downtown Laguna Beach. Million-dollar homes tobogganed off their hill-slope perches. * Mike Davis is the author of City of Quartz: Excavating the Future in Los Angeles (Vintage 1991). He is currently completing a new book, Ecology of Fear (Knopf, forthcoming) on Los Angeles' continuing ordeal of recession, not, flood, fire and earthquake. He teaches environmental history at the University of Southern California and the Claremont Graduate School.