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1999 Pontiac Firebird QUICK SALE PRICE !!! (clovis/jensen) $4000

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Text for full details …lots of upgrades. .
shorty street legal headers
shift kit
k&n air filter
Flowmaster exhaust
20 inch SS wheels
brand new tires
aftermarket cd mp3 player
starts right up
Trans Am clone
V6 motor great look without the gas guzzling
heater and ac works great
t – top glass tops
call or text 559 281 977l
might consider trades
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chevy Trans Am gto corvette wheels
motorcycle 5.0 mustang Pontiac barter must sell
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The Green Light for Safety

The Green Light for SafetySafety on the job site is easy to recognize with hardhats, earplugs and blinding neon vests. But beyond the job site, when hauling equipment from one location to the next, for instance, how can safety be ensured? It all comes down to the load and the road.Choose WiselyOptimizing the safety of drivers and others when hauling large equipment, such as excavators, crushers and conveyors, begins long before the wheels start spinning — it must start at the very beginning of the planning process. The first safety consideration should be choosing a trailer that's built for an operation's specific load requirements. A trailer designed to handle the load safely eliminates the risk of structural failure as well as associated accidents and injuries.When it comes to matching the trailer to the load requirement, capacity is a key criterion, but state laws and regulations, such as bridge laws and kingpin-to-axle distance guidelines, must also be factored. Generally, the load concentration, or the length of the deck that can handle the rated weight, is the main thing to keep in mind.A 26-foot, 50-ton lowbed can haul 50 tons, but how much of the deck those 50 tons occupy is just as important as the weight itself. One manufacturer might rate the entire length of the deck at 50 tons, while another might rate its trailer for 50 tons in a 16-foot span, and another that same weight in half the deck length.In addition to load concentration, a trailer's safety rating helps paint a more comprehensive picture of load capacity. A safety rating is an indicator of how much stress a trailer can safely handle. That stress comes from driving over uneven ground or off the road, hitting chuckholes, bouncing over bumps and crossing railroad tracks. Historically, magnification of payload weight on a trailer due to road dynamics is a 1.8 to 1 ratio. On average, the stress placed on a 50-ton-rated trailer by a 50-ton load when the rig hits those bumps, chucks and tracks equals 1.8 times 50 tons, or 90 tons.It's important to keep in mind that the 1.8 multiplier is only an average. On any given haul, the stress placed on the trailer can go above that level multiple times. If no cushion is built in to the trailer to handle those spikes in stress, there will be more potential for long-term, progressive structural damage, which can lead to trailer failure off or on the road as well as diminish the life of the trailer.Because there is no universal measure for safety ratings, they vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, from no margin to an industry high of 2.5 to 1, which is considered ample cushion.A safety rating should never be used to determine how much weight can be added over the capacity rating and still keep the load, the driver and other drivers safe. In other words, a 2.5 to 1 safety rating on a 50-ton lowbed should not be used to justify loading a trailer with 125 tons of cargo.It's important to take trailer capacity seriously. Each time it's overloaded, the dynamics of the steel change, much like a rubber band. Eventually, the steel, and therefore the trailer, will break, increasing the risk for cargo damage, accidents, and injuries.Purchasing the right trailer can be complicated but many manufacturers know capacity from top to bottom and can help contractors select the best trailer for their application.Pre-TripWhether it's a custom trailer or standard unit, once it's matched to the load, a pre-trip inspection is in order and should be done prior to taking off with each load. Walk around the trailer and ensure there is no damage or cracks in the unit's frame. Look for visible damage, such as chafed hydraulic hoses, which could spring a leak and cause the system to fail. Inspect tie down equipment, such as chains, binders and straps, for broken parts and pieces and make sure they are rated appropriately. These ratings can be found on the equipment being hauled. Also ensure the trailer isn't leaning or sagging to one side. Check brakes and confirm the tires are properly inflated to the recommended psi. Overinflated or underinflated tires won't have the proper load rating so they won't carry the weight like they should, which adds stress to the trailer. Traveling with improper tires also can cause a blowout when hauling heavy loads. Drivers can find the PSI, size, ply, and load rating on the manufacturer's VIN tag. These are just some of the things to look for to ensure safe travels with heavy-haul loads. There is a wide range of resources available that offer more information.  For a detailed list of inspection requirements, refer to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's part 396 webpage and the Driver-Vehicle Inspection Report. The Motor Carrier Safety Compliance also outlines pre-trip inspection guidelines, here as does FleetClean USA.Safety is just as important on the road, too. In addition to state regulations, keep in mind trailers have a speed rating. Manufacturers usually state a 55 mph or 65 mph rating. The slower a rig travels, the less added weight or stress is placed on the trailer. The key is to purchase a trailer that will perform at a fleet's normal operating speed. From hard hats to load concentration, safety doesn't stop at the job site. To ensure a successful project every time you must also consider the load, the road, and everything in between.Troy Geisler is the vice president of sales and marketing for Talbert Manufacturing. He has more than 10 years of experience in trailer sales, including four years with Talbert. He earned a bachelor's degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. Talbert Manufacturing has been building world-class heavy-haul and specialized trailers to rigorous customer specifications since 1938. The company offers complete lines of heavy-haul trailers and specialized transportation equipment for the commercial, industrial, military and government sectors. Its trailers and equipment are used in applications as diverse as renewable energy, aerospace, heavy construction, in-plant material handling, manufacturing and processing systems and much more. More information: Talbert Manufacturing, 1628 W. State Road 114, Rensselaer, IN 47978; 800-348-5232; [email protected]; www.talbertmfg.com, Facebook or LinkedIn.Posted on Jul 27, 2017Let's block ads! (Why?)

Health Canada OKs 14th Supervised Consumption Site

Health Canada OKs 14th Supervised Consumption Site"We are committed to working with all partners across the country to combat the overdose crisis. Supervised consumption sites are an important part of a comprehensive response," said Jane Philpott, Canada's minister of Health.Jul 26, 2017With two mobile sites added recently, the Canadian government has now authorized 14 supervised consumption sites in Canada to help address the opioid crisis. Health Canada as of July 19, 2017, has approved a total of 14 supervised consumption sites.Bill C-37, which received Royal Assent on May 18, 2017, streamlines the application process for supervised consumption sites without compromising the health and safety of clients, staff, or the surrounding community, according to the agency.The government says opioid overdoses are claiming the lives of thousands of Canadians annually, and the impact of the opioid crisis continues to be devastating to individuals, families and communities. The two exemptions approved by Health Canada are for British Columbia's Interior Health Authority to operate two new mobile supervised consumption sites in British Columbia, one in Kamloops and one in Kelowna. They will offer supervised injection services and will be more geographically flexible to better serve clients. They can also direct clients to complementary harm reduction services."We are committed to working with all partners across the country to combat the overdose crisis. Supervised consumption sites are an important part of a comprehensive response," said Jane Philpott, Canada's minister of Health. "I am pleased to see these exemptions approved for Kamloops and Kelowna, British Columbia so they now have additional tools to address the crisis and provide further support to those who need it."For more information on what the government is doing to address the opioid crisis, visit Canada.ca/opioids. Let's block ads! (Why?)

GM Offers In-Vehicle App Testing to Developers

GM Offers In-Vehicle App Testing to DevelopersAfter the developer has built an application's proof of concept with the kit, the next development step is to conduct real-world testing using a GM vehicle's infotainment system. GM Dev Client allows partners and developers the ability to test their apps in a GM vehicle once they have obtained approval from GM.Jul 26, 2017General Motors announced July 21 it has launched GM Dev Client, an industry-first app that gives approved developers who have created in-vehicle applications the ability to test them in a real GM vehicle, with the company saying in-vehicle app testing "is the next step for app developers who have already created a proof of concept using GM's next-generation infotainment software development kit.""By introducing GM Dev Client, we're giving developers the missing link they need to finalize their applications," said John McFarland, the company's director of Global Digital Experience. "GM Dev Client will help us and external developers make sure the best in-vehicle apps are ultimately made available in GM vehicles, ensuring the best customer experience for drivers."After the developer has built an application's proof of concept with the kit, the next development step is to conduct real-world testing using a GM vehicle's infotainment system. GM Dev Client allows partners and developers the ability to test their apps in a GM vehicle once they have obtained approval from GM. The company released the kit in January 2017; it mimics real vehicle data and enables developers outside GM to build apps without making frequent trips to Detroit to conduct testing on infotainment modules. With GM Dev Client, those apps now can be tested on a real GM vehicle anywhere in the United States. Let's block ads! (Why?)

Kansas Company Honored for 16 Years with No Lost-Time Accidents

Kansas Company Honored for 16 Years with No Lost-Time AccidentsThe Kansas Department of Labor's Industrial Safety and Health division and Secretary Lana Gordon recognized Flame Engineering Inc. of LaCrosse, Kansas, this month for reaching 16 years with no lost-time accidents. Jul 26, 2017The Kansas Department of Labor's Industrial Safety and Health division and Secretary Lana Gordon recognized Flame Engineering Inc. of LaCrosse, Kansas, this month for reaching 16 years with no lost-time accidents. Gordon presented company officials a certificate during a special ceremony attended by management and staff members.The company grew from the initial design by Ralph C. Pivonka and his son, Mike, of a propane torch for burning weeds and brush on their family farm. Their company grew through local demand until it outgrew their workshop. Known as Flame Engineering, Inc., it has expanded into national and international markets with the popular Red Dragon product line," according to KDOL's announcement of the event. It says Mike Pivonka, his son Jason, and his grandson Tyson are all working and active in the business.Flame Engineering has also been part of the Safety & Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) since October 2000. SHARP provides incentives and support to small, high-hazard employers to work with their employees to develop, implement, and continuously improve the effectiveness of their workplace safety and health programs. Companies that have qualified for SHARP can participate in the SHARP Association, a self-governing group that serves members by networking about workplace safety and mentoring one another through idea sharing. To learn more about the SHARP program, visit http://www.dol.ks.gov/Safety/SharpProgram.aspx. Let's block ads! (Why?)

2011 Harley Davidson Street Bob FXDB (Indianapolis) $9999

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For sale is my 2011 Harley Street Bob.
Denim black
96 cubic inches
Vance and Hines exhaust
Screaming Eagle intake
La Pera low profile rider gel infused seat with removable passenger seat
Quick detach sissy bar
lockable quick detach windshield
Harley leather saddle bags
highway pegs and passenger pegs
upgraded suspension
lowered
new tires
10k service done
oil changed less than 50 miles ago
comes with stock exhaust, intake, solo seat, suspension, and aftermarket Harley seat. I constantly get compliments on this bike. It has very little chrome so it’s super easy to keep clean. I’m selling because my wife wants a more comfy road trip bike. I’m in no rush to sell so price is firm. Test rides only if you have a motorcycle endorsement and cash in hand, otherwise I’m happy to fire it up and let you hear it idle. I can also meet you at your bank if you need to get loan. Clean Indiana title, 12,xxx miles
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2011 Daix trike motorcycle (Pensacola)

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2011 Daix trike. 150cc Rides great. Only has 1,900 miles on it. Has been stored for a while. Brand new battery. 2 sets of keys with locks. Clean title in hand. $3,000
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Trade for a 4 door car, SUV, truck or RV camper same value.
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Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Manlifts Standard – 82:34697-34698

• Publication Date:07/26/2017• Publication Type:Notice• Fed Register #:82:34697-34698• Standard Number:1910.68(e)• Title:Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Manlifts Standard [Federal Register Volume 82, Number 142 (Wednesday, July 26, 2017)] [Notices] [Pages 34697-34698] From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov] [FR Doc No: 2017-15675] ----------------------------------------------------------------------- DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Office of the Secretary Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Manlifts Standard ACTION: Notice of availability; request for comments. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- SUMMARY: The Department of Labor (DOL) is submitting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sponsored information collection request (ICR) titled, "Manlifts Standard," to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review and approval for continued use, without change, in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA). Public comments on the ICR are invited. DATES: The OMB will consider all written comments that agency receives on or before August 25, 2017. ADDRESSES: A copy of this ICR with applicable supporting documentation; including a description of the likely respondents, proposed frequency of response, and estimated total burden may be obtained free of charge from the RegInfo.gov Web site at http://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/PRAViewICR?ref_nbr=201704-1218-002 (this link will only become active on the day following publication of this notice) or by contacting Michel Smyth by telephone at 202-693-4129, TTY 202-693-8064 (these are not toll-free numbers) or by email at [email protected] Submit comments about this request by mail or courier to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Attn: OMB Desk Officer for DOL- OSHA, Office of Management and Budget, Room 10235, 725 17th Street NW., Washington, DC 20503; by Fax: 202-395-5806 (this is not a toll-free number); or by email: [email protected] Commenters are encouraged, but not required, to send a courtesy copy of any comments by mail or courier to the U.S. Department of Labor--OASAM, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Attn: Departmental Information Compliance Management Program, Room N1301, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210; or by email: [email protected] FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Michel Smyth by telephone at 202-693- 4129, TTY 202-693-8064 (these are not toll-free numbers) or by email at [email protected] Authority: 44 U.S.C. 3507(a)(1)(D). SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This ICR seeks to extend PRA authority for the Manlifts Standard information collection requirements codified in regulations 29 CFR 1910.68(e). More specifically the Standard requires an Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) covered employer subject to the Standard to create and maintain a certification record of each manlift inspection. The Standard also provides that the employer must inspect each manlift at least once every 30 days and to check limit switches weekly. OSH Act sections 2 and 8 authorize this information collection. See 29 U.S.C. 651, 657. This information collection is subject to the PRA. A Federal agency generally cannot conduct or sponsor a collection of information, and the public is generally not required to respond to an information collection, unless it is approved by the OMB under the PRA and displays a currently valid OMB Control Number. In addition, notwithstanding any other provisions of law, no person shall generally be subject to penalty for failing to comply with a collection of information that does not display a valid Control Number. See 5 CFR 1320.5(a) and 1320.6. The DOL obtains OMB approval for this information collection under Control Number 1218-0226. OMB authorization for an ICR cannot be for more than three (3) years without renewal, and the current approval for this collection is scheduled to expire on July 31, 2017. The DOL seeks to extend PRA authorization for this information collection for three (3) more years, without any change to existing requirements. The DOL notes that existing information collection requirements submitted to the OMB receive a month-to-month extension while they undergo review. For additional substantive information about this ICR, see the related notice published in the Federal Register on February 14, 2017 (82 FR 10588). Interested parties are encouraged to send comments to the OMB, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs at the address shown in the ADDRESSES section within thirty (30) days of publication of this notice in the Federal Register. In order to help ensure appropriate consideration, comments should mention OMB Control Number 1218-0226. The OMB is particularly interested in comments that: Evaluate whether the proposed collection of information is necessary for the proper performance of the functions of the agency, including whether the information will have practical utility; Evaluate the accuracy of the agency's estimate of the burden of the proposed collection of information, including the validity of the methodology and assumptions used; Enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected; and Minimize the burden of the collection of information on those who are to respond, including through the use of appropriate automated, electronic, mechanical, or other technological collection techniques or other forms of information technology, e.g., permitting electronic submission of responses. Agency: DOL-OSHA. Title of Collection: Manlifts Standard. OMB Control Number: 1218-0226. Affected Public: Private Sector--businesses or other for-profits. Total Estimated Number of Respondents: 18,372. Total Estimated Number of Responses: 36,000. Total Estimated Annual Time Burden: 37,800 hours. Total Estimated Annual Other Costs Burden: $0. Dated: July 19, 2017. Michel Smyth, Departmental Clearance Officer. [FR Doc. 2017-15675 Filed 7-25-17; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4510-26-P Let's block ads! (Why?)

Chevron Agrees to Spend $20 Million in Process Safety Settlement

Chevron Agrees to Spend $20 Million in Process Safety SettlementThe settlement resolves Chevron's appeal of the citations Cal/OSHA issued after the Richmond refinery fire in 2012.Jul 25, 2017Chevron Corp. has agreed to a process safety settlement with Cal/OSHA of the citations issued after the Aug. 6, 2012, fire at the company's refinery in Richmond, Calif. -- an incident that prompted California to enact a new refinery safety regulation earlier this year. Chevron will spend an estimated $20 million on process safety improvements called for in the settlement, and the settlement resolves Chevron's appeal of the citations Cal/OSHA issued; they alleged 17 violations of safety and health standards, and the agency classified six as serious and nine as willful.Cal/OSHA announced the settlement July 24 and said it meets and exceeds the refinery safety rule."The settlement requires Chevron to exceed current and upcoming requirements and to use new and innovative methods recently developed by engineering experts in the petroleum refining industry to ensure the safe operation of process safety equipment," said Juliann Sum, head of Cal/OSHA. "This means safer operations at the refinery, which will help protect workers and those who work and live nearby." Chevron's improvements will include:Replacing all carbon steel piping that transports corrosive liquids with chrome alloy piping, which has better corrosion resistance, at an estimated cost of $15 million.Developing and implementing criteria and procedures, at an estimated cost of $5 million, to monitor equipment to alert operators when equipment should be replaced. Cal/OSHA's announcement describes this as "a new and innovative practice recently development by refinery engineering experts." Let's block ads! (Why?)

'Punch Drunk’: The Brains of 202 Football Players, 177 Cases of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

In a report published in 1928 in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Dr. Harrison S. Martland coined the phrase “punch drunk” to describe the neurological symptoms exhibited by boxers who were exposed to repetitive head trauma in the ring. Eventually, the condition described by Martland was named dementia pugilistica, and now is known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). A large team of researchers have evaluated the brains of 202 deceased former football players who played high school, college, semiprofessional and professional football and found that the brains of 177 players (87 percent) showed signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Of the 14 deceased players who only played in high school, three showed mild cases of CTE. However, the longer the players were involved in the game and higher the level of performance, the more likely they were to have developed more severe cases of CTE.“Clinicopathological Evaluation of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Players of American Football,” published in the July 25 issue of JAMA, found that of the 111 deceased NFL players examined, 110 had brains that exhibited signs of CTE (99 percent), a progressive neurological condition that results from repeated head trauma. The condition can result in mood swings, depression, anxiety, feelings of hopelessness, violent outbursts, cognitive impairment and dementia and only can be diagnosed by an autopsy after death.The median age of death for players with mild CTE was 44 years. Researchers noted that the most common cause of death for study participants with mild CTE was suicide (27 percent). The median age of participants with severe CTE pathology was 71 years, and the most common cause of death (47 percent) was neurodegenerative – dementia- and parkinsonian-related.“Nearly all of the former NFL players in this study had CTE pathology,” wrote the researchers, “and this pathology was frequently severe. These findings suggest that CTE may be related to prior participation in football and that a high level of play may be related to substantial disease burden.”They went on to say that several other football-related factors – such as age at first exposure to football, duration of play, player position, cumulative hits and linear and rotational acceleration of hits – could influence CTE risk and disease severity.The NFL, responding to a request for comment from CNN, said the organization will continue to work with “a wide range of experts to improve the health of current and former NFL athletes,” and added that many unanswered questions “relating to the cause, incidence and prevalence of long-term effects of head trauma such as CTE” remain.Let's block ads! (Why?)