Expert Interview Series: Paul W. Gantt on Safety Compliance Management

- While in the fire service, I worked in a number of positions including Firefighter/Paramedic, Fire Captain, Fire Marshal, and Chief. After working in the fire service for over 15 years, I founded the firm that I now lead. ..More

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Why a California Home Inspector Course Needs Radon Education

- According to the American Lung Association, radon is second only to tobacco in lung cancer deaths, with over 21,000 reported each year. Lung cancer, to be specific. It’s also dangerous because you won’t know that you’re being exposed to radon unless the building and the soil under it are tested. Simply put, radon causes cancer. ..More

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Ladder Safety: Right Ways and Wrong Ways to Climb

- You already know some elements of ladder safety. . For example, standing on the top of a stepladder isn’t safe, whether it’s 2 or 8 feet tall. You should only use the rungs and not the bracing on the back side to climb, and always ensure that the folding braces are locked in place before you climb. Extension ladders take other precautions, such as keeping a 1:4 angle ratio and never setting it up on uneven ground ..More

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How to Start and Maintain a Home Inspection Blog

- Although WordPress has premium and business accounts for a fee, you only need a free one to get started. . You can always upgrade later if you like. After registering, WordPress will walk you through other steps, such as choosing a gravatar, which is an icon image that represents you, and choosing a title for your blog ..More

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Why You Need a Mentor and Where to Find One

- But it’s different working out in the field. . You’ll encounter unusual situations – all inspectors do – and being on the job with another inspector gives you the opportunity to see, learn and ask questions as you go. A mentor can show you how to apply what you’ve learned in your training and use it in different scenarios. It’s sort of like working with a personal trainer, except instead of working out your abs you’ll be working out your brain ..More

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