Archive for February 23, 2016
Organization and safety work best together in most fields. If you want to be safe, have a plan and a way to organize your thoughts and keep track of the important results. This is especially true in the medical field. We wouldn’t want doctors and nurses running around in mass confusion looking for patients that need major surgery, and we wouldn’t want our medicine handled in the same chaotic manner. Just in the past 30 days, 48.5% of people in the U.S. have used at least one prescription drug. Could you imagine the constant chaos there would be if we didn’t have a specific way of organizing everything? There has to be an organized and successful system to keep track of it all.
Blister packaging, also known as track and trace pharma, is a serialisation solution for companies that allows medici
Our planet is unique for so many reasons: we have an abundance of resources, we have liquid water, we are alive. As humans, it is our duty to use the earth responsibly. This means conserving energy, resources, and materials and cutting down on our current rate of consumption. Our reliance on non-renewable resources is causing us to rethink our role on this planet and find new ways to live, work, and play. The growing awareness for such though is taking shape as the green movement; here’s how we can all live green.
The Heart and Soul of Conservation
Ultimately there are few fundamentals behind the green movement. These can be summarized into a few key points. The first is to minimize your carbon footprint — this is essentially to reduce driving emissions and your negative
Worldwide, the market for construction equipment continues to grow: high consumer demand for warehouse space and the continued push for urban renovation and construction have driven the market to almost $150 billion yearly. In America, the market for construction equipment sales posted more than $25 billion in profits each year for the past five years, and studies indicate that heavy equipment rentals are predicted to expand by more than 30% in the next decade.
Recent advances in automotive technology could improve vehicular fuel economy by as much as 15%, and large automakers are betting that consumers will be enthusiastic. Historically, selective cylinder firing was achieved through a series of electrical controls, but new DSF technology allows for more selective and precise cylind