DIY Electrics: Assessing Safety and Knowing When to StopDIY Electrics: Assessing Safety and Knowing When to Stop


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DIY Electrics: Assessing Safety and Knowing When to Stop

When I bought my first home, I could only afford one that was a bit worn down. As we didn't have a lot of money to pay a contractor, my partner and I did a lot of the work ourselves. While we were keen to tackle drywall, rip up and replace flooring and paint everything, we were a bit scared of the electrics. The house was old, and it had suffered from water damage. I wasn't sure what was safe and what wasn't. However, I learned a lot about electrics along the way, and I fell in love with the topic. I want to help others in the same situation so decided to start this blog. My name is Kate, and welcome.

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Through-the-Earth Mine Communications: Signal Penetration of Personal Emergency Devices (PED)

Mining is a huge industry and a significant contributor to the Australian economy employing a total of 2.2% of the total labour force. With such a large labour force dedicated to mining alone, the Australian government has spared no expenses in ensuring that all employers provide adequate safety gear and equipment to their workers. As workers are often deep underground, optimal signal penetration is a must to ensure the signal can be received at any location in the mine. Read More