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  1. Top 7 Bridal Party Gifts in 2021

    Top 7 Bridal Party Gifts in 2021

    One of the big wedding planning decisions you have to make after you get engaged is who to include in your bridal party.

    The family or friends you choose to be your maid of honour, bridesmaids, best man, and groomsmen are the ones close to you who will not only be next to you on your wedding day but will be there to help you plan it and all the festivities leading up to it.

    Asking someone to be part of your bridal party is a special moment that shows they are an important person in your life, but it also asks them to support you throughout your wedding planning and on the day, which usually involves investing considerable time and money.

    It’s important to show appreciation for your bridesmaids and groomsmen and thank them for their ongoing support. One great way to do this is bridal party proposals, where you gift your bridesmaid or groomsmen something special to help you ask them to be part of your wedding party.

    What better way to do this, and highlight y

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  2. QUICK TIPS WHEN PLANNING A WEDDING DURING COVID

    QUICK TIPS WHEN PLANNING A WEDDING DURING COVID

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    There are so many factors which influence us during the wedding planning stages. Planning a wedding during COVID can be stressful and confusing at best. Conflicting information through the media can make it difficult to move forward with a solid plan.

    Here are a quick few tips:

    • Stay informed and follow guidelines. Your first point of call is to get factual and up to date information from your national and state government websites.

    • Embrace the downtime. It’s a silver lining but will give you time to focus on the intricate details of your event while spending time researching and reflecting what you and your partner really want from the day. Chat to vendors and see what’s on offer and how they can cater for your event during a pandemic.

    • Think local. Support local businesses and industry where you can. Your community will be
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  3. Do You Know the Most Recent Electrical Safety Testing Regulations?

    Do You Know the Most Recent Electrical Safety Testing Regulations?
    New workplace laws are in place covering the testing and tagging of electrical equipment, with most states implementing the changes this year. In an article by Safety Solutions, Sarah Allen of Appliance Tagging Services explained the revised requirements.
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  4. Got Electrical Problems? Follow this Plan

    Got Electrical Problems? Follow this Plan
    If you’re trying to get to the bottom of an electrical problem you need a clear plan. Luckily, Ask The Electrician already have one laid out.
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  5. 4 Tips to Testing and Tagging Electrical Equipment at Work

    4 Tips to Testing and Tagging Electrical Equipment at Work
    Workplaces are full of electrical equipment, switches, cords and plugs that can present a potential hazard to employees. The Brisbane Electricians Network provided 4 tips on reducing the chance of death or injury from badly maintained electrical equipment.
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  6. Avoid Electric Shocks and Fires Through Proper Testing and Tagging – Here’s How

    Avoid Electric Shocks and Fires Through Proper Testing and Tagging – Here’s How
    Testing and tagging is essential for ensuring the electrical appliances used in daily life are safe, wrote Acuara’s Louis Biller.
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  7. Keep Your Workplace Safe with Electrical Testing and Tagging – Here’s How

    Keep Your Workplace Safe with Electrical Testing and Tagging – Here’s How
    Work Safe officials visit a Victorian workplace every 12 minutes and stiff penalties apply to businesses that breach electrical safety laws, explained Labor Fest Detroit’s Joseph Scott.
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  8. What to Do When a Safety Switch Trips in 13 Steps

    What to Do When a Safety Switch Trips in 13 Steps
    When a safety switch trips, follow these 13 key steps to identify the cause.
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  9. Do You Know Your Workplace Electrical Requirements? The NSW Government Explains

    Do You Know Your Workplace Electrical Requirements? The NSW Government Explains
    Under NSW law, certain electrical equipment needs to be regularly inspected and tested by a qualified person. The NSW Government’s WorkCover site went over some of the requirements in the workplace.
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  10. What’s the Difference Between an Electrical Contractor and an Electrician?

    What’s the Difference Between an Electrical Contractor and an Electrician?
    Electrical contractors specialise in the design, installation and repair of electrical systems, according to Backwoods Builders. While the term is often used interchangeably with electrician, they are not exactly the same. An electrical contractor operates an electrical business, either solely as an electrician or while employing electricians. Electricians are qualified to carry out electrical work.
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  11. Sorting out the messy Electrical Safety (Test and Tag) Regulations around Australia

    Sorting out the messy Electrical Safety (Test and Tag) Regulations around Australia
    You’re responsible for ensuring the safety of people in your workplace or home – make sure you understand test and tag compliance guidelines The first thing you should know about test and tag is that it’s mandated by the law. And as with anything related to legal requirements in the workplace, there’s going to be a mess of red tape and legalese to cut through before you get started. Take a deep breath before you dive into the next paragraph, because it’s heavy going from here on out.
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  12. Home Electrical Safety

    Home Electrical Safety
    Water and other liquids conduct electricity, so handling electrical appliances and cords with wet hands can result in electrical shock. Always check for damaged or exposed wires and never handle appliances with wet hands. Keep appliances and cords well away from water and other liquids. Repair cords or discard damaged cords to minimise the risk of water contact.
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