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The San Francisco bay area has now raised it’s minimum wage to $15.00 per hour for all employees!
Nov .8. 2014
Check out this natural phenomenon!!! Its called bioluminescence, which occurs when a micro-organism in the water is disturbed by oxygen. When this happens it causes the oceans water to light up with a natural electricity! While this is a rare phenomenon it can be viewed mostly in the city shores of Vaadhoo.
Red Tide – Bioluminescent San Diego, 2011:
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November 4. 2014
Be sure to vote for the next California ballot initiative and house representatives.
Entrepreneurship is in the DNA of the milenials
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Forbes Fashion Fact:
Fashion is one of the hardest industries to make it into the Forbes 400. Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret’s Leslie Wexner, Forever 21 founders Do Won and Jin Sook Chang, the Fisher family of Gap, the Nordstrom family and Urban Outfitter’s Richard Hayne are the richest fashion moguls in America.
Ebola Crisis hits America!
The Ebola is running rapid in Africa! Hundreds of people from the USA coast have gone abroad to assist in this “massive” epidemic, however with the return of the Ebola workers has come also the return of effected members! Causing a real scare amongst the American coast!
Most of the suits look something like this! Workers also have to undergo rigorous training and up hold OSHA standards; which causes them to have to constantly change outfits and gloves to prevent contamination. This would be great but maybe the reason for the spread to workers is the amount of protective costume used. Too much loose and flimsy fabric!
We’ve come up with a design that we think works! Taking into consideration all necessary safety precautions we’ve designed a suit that is closer fitted and with less fabric!
Ebola Protective Gear!
1. The constant apron changes can spread pathogens. Also the extra fabric be flung around via mandatory wardrobe changes; if not disposed of by burning can potentially be harmful!
2. Not tucking your mask leave you susceptible to air born pathogens.
3. Having too much fabric to deal with while your working with ill patients and not changing full attire is a potential risk.
4. Having street clothes under your suit.
5. Mandatory showers before, during, and after treatment of sick patients. (Out door universal shower)
6. Shower worthy water proof (non-absorbing ) suits that can withstand hot water to rinse off in between treatment.
If you have a Ebola protection design email us for your design to be featured! Can you make the design that improves the Ebola transmission process in Africa and America!
Here is an example of a close fitted suit that has to be unzipped! It needs all limbs opening closed off! Hands, feet, and head. This item (below samples) with a latex outer shell that’s also washable, a mask with built in goggles to avoid contact with eyes.