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Pre-licensing and Renewing RE License in Nebraska

Pre-licensing and Renewing RE License in Nebraska

Cara Pahoyo February 8, 2018 0

Real estate is a unique, rewarding career: You guide people through the biggest financial transaction of their lives. In Nebraska, there are salesperson licenses and broker licenses. Salespeople work for a broker, who trains

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Real Estate License Renewal in Georgia

Real Estate License Renewal in Georgia

Cara Pahoyo February 8, 2018 0

Real estate professionals in Georgia are required by the Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC) to complete 36 hours of continuing education to renew their license every 4 years. Continuing Education training must be complete within the 4-year validity

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How to Renew your Real Estate License in Montana

How to Renew your Real Estate License in Montana

Cara Pahoyo February 8, 2018 0

Real estate is a unique, rewarding career: You guide people through the biggest financial transaction of their lives. In Montana, there are salesperson licenses and broker licenses. Salespeople work for a broker, who trains

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Deadly Risk of Grain Suffocation

Deadly Risk of Grain Suffocation

Matt Luman February 7, 2018 0

Grain Silos and the Deadly Risk of Grain Suffocation Across agricultural areas, grain silos are used for storage of feed for livestock and for grains sold to consumers. For example, in Nebraska, corn is

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Read This before You Drive in the Snow

Read This before You Drive in the Snow

Matt Luman February 7, 2018 0

Driving in the winter, plowing through the snow, is difficult enough in a normal sized car. For trucks, tankers, and heavy-duty vehicles, driving in the snow can amp up the dangers of trucking tenfold.

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Is Your Company Being Watched By OSHA? Read This

Is Your Company Being Watched By OSHA? Read This

Matt Luman February 7, 2018 0

Keeping in mind the unsafe and hazardous workplace environment in certain industries, the U.S. government has enforced measures that require employers to pay attention to the safety and health of their workforce. Did you

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Injury and Illness Reporting According to OSHA

Injury and Illness Reporting According to OSHA

Matt Luman February 7, 2018 0

Does your company collect and record data related to employees’ illnesses and injuries? Is reporting such matters a serious issue within your company? Did you know? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires

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Using Letter of Interpretations for Construction

Using Letter of Interpretations for Construction

Matt Luman February 7, 2018 0

Few industries are exempt from OSHA compliance. In the construction industry, OSHA provides “letters” that interpret or update former OSHA compliance standards. For construction managers and construction business owners letters of interpretation help to

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Here’s What You HAVE To Do According To OSHA

Here’s What You HAVE To Do According To OSHA

Matt Luman February 7, 2018 0

All employers take the time to study their particular OSHA compliance regulations. Ideally, OSHA breaks down compliance regulations into two scopes: Employer Responsibilities Employee Related Responsibilities To maintain full OSHA compliance, employers should be

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How To Complete Your Michigan Real Estate CE

How To Complete Your Michigan Real Estate CE

Cara Pahoyo February 7, 2018 0

Real estate is one of the easiest professions to get into, but you can’t get just get a license and forget about it. Real estate agents in every state, including Michigan, must real estate

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