Water Well Journal

June 2016

Water Well Journal

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Land subsidence is mitigated by maintaining groundwater levels at a safe elevation. They're going to need to figure out what that elevation is to maintaining their pumping at a level that would allow groundwater levels to stay at that elevation. Tom Harder, in "Aquifers in the United States", page 29 "When we come into contact with an under- ground wire we become the perfect fuse ," Renner says. "We're in the ground and have moist soil so it goes right through you and stops your heart." Roger Renner, MGWC, in "Working Safely Around Electricity", page 18 June PUNCH LIST The July issue of Water Well Journal focuses on well rehabilitation and will have multiple feature articles on the subject. The issue will also contain a special feature on 70 years of Water Well Journal. The good news is most of these rules are the same—they are just a revamping for the 21st century. This time around OSHA wants to get your employees involved in your safety culture. Lana Straub, in "All Parties Involved", page 23 An effectively managed safety and health program that focuses on your specific workplace hazards, and complies with state and federal health and safety guidelines, is critical and can reduce your operational costs. Gary Ganson, in "Compliance Resources for Your Business", page 40 Some 2.78 million trillion gallons of groundwater, 30.1% of the world's freshwater, are estimated for the entire planet of Earth. National Geographic, 2010 We have to know what the customer truly needs and wants . From these needs and wants we can determine what we have to excel at internally to satisfy those needs and wants. Ron Slee, in "Customer Service and Selling", page 50 waterwelljournal.com 108 June 2016 WWJ

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