Water Well Journal

November 2016

Water Well Journal

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I believe the best consumer is an educated consumer. I try my best to educate any consumer we work with to the best of my ability. I want them to understand what they're getting. Todd Hunter, CWD/PI, in "Championing Professionalism", page 46 The key issue facing water resources management for food security— and groundwater specifically— is implementing practical and context-specific solutions to manage the resource to meet the gr owing demands for food. Peter McCornick, Ph.D., PE, D.WRE, in "Groundwater Week Q&A", page 42 November PUNCH LIST The December issue of Water Well Journal will focus on the state of the industry and feature articles on well efficiency and having proper contracts. It's critically important to train your supervisors and managers on employment law , and provide continual coaching and development to maintain compliance. Alexandra Walsh, in " Ten Employment Laws Every Supervisor Should Know", page 56 A successful project is one that achieves its goal without causing injury to those involved. Proper preparation , situational awareness , and routine cleaning and maintenance are the foundation to an impactful mission. Joe Haynes, in "Safety Secures Success", page 20 The first step to not having a serious incident is creating a lift plan and understanding the factors affecting the strength and stability of mobile cranes. Jerome Spear, CSP, CIH, in "Mobile Crane Safety", page 52 Of all of the freshwater on earth , 68.7% is icecaps and glaciers, 30% is groundwater , 0.3% is surface water, and 0.9% is other. U.S. Geological Survey waterwelljournal.com 84 November 2016 WWJ

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