Workers' COMPanion April 2017


Maintaining My Roots

For four years, I've been working diligently on my '78 Toyota Land Cruiser. I had a Jeep CJ7 in college, so I always loved the tough, old Toyotas. So, a few years ago, I went online and bought an FJ40 on eBay from a guy in Washington who seemed reputable based on his many stellar reviews. When the truck arrived, it didn't seem quite right. Granted, they ride like an old barn wagon anyway, but the engine knocked and the truck rattled over 35 mph ... CONTINUE READING


Streamline Your Storage Spaces

All homes could use more storage space. Everyone has their list of items that end up getting "put away" in different places — or those items they can never seem to find. Most homes can gain a little extra capacity through smart organizational systems. Here are a few tips for increasing organization and streamlining the storage space in your house ... CONTINUE READING


Horsing Around at Work

Workplace and job-related injuries are as varied as the people involved. But one thing is clear: Whether they're construction accidents, factory accidents, conflict injuries, or accidents resulting from a safety violation, certain types of accidents are more common than others ... CONTINUE READING

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