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Internet Safety Family Guide By Victoria Roddel
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Paperback 8.5 x 11: PROTECT ALL THAT IS YOURS - children, data, information, and know how to recognize, deter, avoid, and report cybercrime, identity theft, online fraud, child predators, computer... More > infectors. This book is a complete basic explanation of internet safety and cybercrime prevention for the home computer user. This book doesn't care which operating system is in use or the level of computer experience. Topics include: children online, cyberstalking, fraud, home computer security, ID theft, infectors, legislation, phishing, piracy, privacy, spam, spyware, and reporting cybercrime. ISBN 978-1-4116-6663-4. Originally published in print 2006.< Less
2004 Maryland Traffic Safety Facts By Donald Chiarella
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This book is 2004 Maryland Accident Data developed by TSAD of Maryland SHA.
Hazard Communication By Occupational Safety Training Institute
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This booklet covers the 29 CFR 1910.120 Hazard Communications Program and introduces the Global Harmonized System (GHS). This booklet is an excellent resource for training student on the new Hazard... More > Communications Standards. This booklet covers basic chemistry, toxicology, safety data sheets, pictograms, hazard classifications, the training provisions under the new standard, and a short quiz.< Less
2004 Maryland Traffic Safety Facts By Donald Chiarella
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A book with Traffic Safety data for 2004 in Maryland. Published and disseminated to all.
Safety & Security for the Over-55s By Carl Mawby
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Carl Mawby, who assembled this manual, credits the world's most reliable and trusted sources who public-spiritedly permitted inclusion of their data and advice. Mawby was a British soldier, Canadian... More > public servant, and US and Canadian executive. Upon retiring, he was unable to find a publication comprehensively addressing threats to his new life as a senior and retiree. So he applied his skills in searching corporate and government publications, libraries and databanks to find and assemble the best advice available. Safety & Security for the Over-55s describes and assesses dangers facing all those over 55 years of age, showing how they are targeted and outlining safety measures. Part 1, The PDF Guidebook, identifies and analyses the range of threats ranging from muggings to home invasion, scams to identity theft, and accidents to disasters. A password is provided to a website for Part 2, The Memory Aid. This manual provides a sound basis to plan for safe and happy 'senior' years.< Less
Real Time Based Vehicle Tracking & Cabin Safety Monitoring System By Dr. Somu Venkateswarlu & Dr Kamesh DBK
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Motor vehicles are the prime source of transportation where vehicles with A/C play a major role. This Project designs an embedded system for a vehicle cabin, which senses the gases like... More > carbon-monoxide (CO) and oxygen at each and every second. If the level of the CO increases than the normal level (30ppm) or the level of the oxygen decreases than the normal level (19%) then an alarm is generated automatically and also ventilation is provided immediately. The GPS modem will continuously give the data i.e. the latitude and longitude indicating position of the vehicle. Here piezo electric buzzer is used to detect the vibrations that are occurred in case of any accidents and it sends signal to microcontroller to send latitude and longitude information to the number stored in microcontroller.< Less
Navy Electronics Technician: Volume 1 - Safety (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education and Training Command Center
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This training manual (TRAMAN), Electronics Technician, Volume 1, Safety, NAVEDTRA 12411-A, and its accompanying NRTC, are a part of a 9-part series of TRAMANs intended to provide Navy enlisted... More > personnel with information pertinent to their assignments. The nine volumes areas follows: Volume 1, Safety; Volume 2, Administration; Volume 3, Communications Systems, Volume 4, Radar Systems; Volume 5, Navigation Systems; Volume 6, Digital Data Systems; Volume 7, Antennas and Wave Propagation; Volume 8, Support Systems; Volume 9, Electro- Optics. Designed for individual study instead of formal classroom instruction, the TRAMANs provide subject matter that relates to the Electronics Technician rating. These volumes refer you to the appropriate Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series (NEETS) modules and EIMB handbook. You may also be directed to review or study additional references commonly found in ET workspaces or used by Electronics Technicians.< Less
Navy Fire Controlman: Volume 1—Administration and Safety (NAVEDTRA 14098) (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OBJECTIVES: After completing this course, you will have a basic knowledge of the following topics: Basic workcenter logs and reports; primary sources of FC technical and non-technical... More > job-related information; the Maintenance Data System (MDS) and its associated forms; primary technical manuals associated with the routine duties of Fire Controlmen; electric shock and its effects on the human body; procedures for measuring voltages; electromagnetic radiation hazards; the tagout bill and its associated procedures; hazardous materials found in FC workspaces; storage requirements for hazardous materials; basic safety principles associated with ammunition handling, shipping, and stowage; the Navy’s program for qualifying and certifying explosives handling personnel; and types of ammunition stowage and their safety devices.< Less
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Current approaches in seismic vulnerability evaluation methods follow three main stages: walk-down, preliminary and final evaluations. All these stages require time and financial sources. In order to... More > optimize time and other sources for detailed procedures, this study has been employed a further stage using the statistical building data collected by State Institute of Statistics of Turkey. This raw data, which are not collected to prepare an earthquake damage scenario, are processed and then an earthquake scenario is practiced for Denizli City in the southeastern Turkey. Resultant risk maps, which are needed to prepare emergency plans and take safety measures, have been proposed for the city.< Less
Safety of High-Speed Ground Transportation Systems: Assessment of Potential Aerodynamic Effects on Personnel and Equipment in Proximity to High-Speed Train Operations By Federal Bureau of Investigation et al.
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Amtrak is planning to provide high-speed passenger train service at speeds significantly higher than their current top speed of 125 mph, and with these higher speeds, there are concerns with safety... More > from the aerodynamic effects created by a passing train. Trains operating at high speeds will pass other trains on adjacent tracks, passengers on station platforms, and other equipment and workers along the wayside. The aerodynamic effects created by a passing train include both pressure and induced airflow which can be a potential hazard to equipment and people in proximity to the passing train. This report assesses the potential hazards created from the aerodynamic effects of passing high-speed trains at speeds of 150 mph. It will specifically address the hazards to window glazing on passenger trains and to people on station platforms. A literature review was conducted and many of the data obtained served as a basis for this study.< Less

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