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Irish Songbook By Daniel M. Hogan
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A Collection of 26 traditional Irish & Irish American Songs
Resources and Industries of Binghamton, N.Y. By Daniel M. Hogan
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This book was originally published in 1888 by The Binghamton Board of Trade. It illustrates the benefits of living in and/or moving to Binghamton, NY in 1888. It has been out of print for many... More > years and has been re-edited here as a resource for Binghamton historians or for genealogical researchers whose family history is connected with that part of the country.< Less
Manual of Heraldry By Daniel M. Hogan
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The Manual of Heraldry: Being a Concise Description of the Several Terms Used, and Containing A Dictionary of every Designation in the Science. Illustrated by Four Hundred Engravings on Wood. ... More > Re-Published and Edited.< Less
A Guide to Working Safely with Silica By Daniel M. Hogan
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OSHA has announced a new National Emphasis Program (NEP) to target worksites where employees are at risk for developing silicosis. Do you know enough about Silicosis? This manual provides... More > information on Crystalline Silica and includes a copy of OSHA's CPL 03-00-007 which became effective on 1/23/08.< Less
Journal-Lined By Daniel M. Hogan
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This publication is 150 pages of gray-lined pages for field notes for your job, research notes, your daily log or diary, or for any information that you need to record and save for future use. It is... More > hard bound for more formal use than the spiral bound edition.< Less
Journal-Lined By Daniel M. Hogan
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This publication is 150 pages of gray-lined pages for field notes for your job, research notes, your daily log or diary, or for any information that you need to record and save for future use. It is... More > spiral bound to make it easier for use in the field.< Less
Construction Supervisory Daily Reports By Daniel M. Hogan
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All workers on a construction project should keep a daily log noting anything of significance. Remember, these logs become legal documents that can protect you and your employer in the event of... More > disputes or other legal entanglements. From a safety standpoint, you should be sure to make notations when you instruct an employee or subcontractor on specific safety requirements too. This documents your attention to safety detail and, in multi-employer jobsite situations, can protect you from a citation by OSHA. This volume contains enough forms for one month.< Less
Crane & Derrick Suspended Personnel Platforms By Daniel M. Hogan
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This informational booklet provides a generic, non-exhaustive overview of the OSHA standard for Crane or Derrick Suspended Personnel Platforms.
Superintendent's Pocket Book of Safety Checklists By Daniel M. Hogan
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One of the tools a superintendent can use on a construction project to keep track of safety compliance and hazard abatement, is a safety checklist. Since checklists on clipboards or in binders can... More > be cumbersome on a jobsite, this booklet is designed to fit in a pocket so the checklists are available whenever needed. Since it is bound, it can be easily stored with a daily log so that it is available in the evnt of a dispute or other legal entanglement. There is a place on the title page to insert the superintendent's name and a date range of included checklists< Less
Multi-Employer Safety Citation Policy By Daniel M. Hogan
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If you are a General Contractor, you are responsible for the safety performance of your subcontractors and their subcontractors - so says the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA). ... More > In fact, the "controlling contractor" may be cited for the same hazard(s) for which the subcontractor is cited. This booklet explains the differences between creating contractors, exposing contractors, correcting contractors and controlling contractors. All contractors should be aware of their responsibilities under the Multi-Employer Worksite Policy.< Less

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