Deploying Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters in the Real World

Despite major safety improvements, accidents, injuries, and even death on the job can occur from electrocution. From 1992 through 2010, an average of 268 U.S. workers died each year from electrocution, and in 2009 there were 2,620 non-fatal electrical injuries…

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Asclepius would not miss Molex at MD&M West 2015

Asclepius was a god of medicine, presumed son of Apollo, in ancient Greek beliefs and is where we get the symbol for medicine to this very day- the rod & serpent. In ancient times, temples dedicated to Asclepius were the de facto hospitals of the age.  These institutions evolved over time to become healthcare in the modern age. It was another Grecian, Hippocrates, and his followers that transformed the art of medicine to the science of healthcare.  Operating under a code of rules which is referred to as the Hippocratic Oath, doctors swore to not harm patients and to treat…

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