National Veterans Small Business Engagement

veteran-owned small businesses engagement

Diamond Scientific is pleased to announce that we will be attending The National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE) in Minneapolis from the 1-3 November. The NVSBE is powered by My Business Matches, a service that provides business matchmaking where buyers find suppliers. This conference provides an excellent opportunity for buyers and suppliers to network and to form […]

Methane Exposure Risks in the Workplace

Methane exposure risk is higher at sites where methane is emitted..

Methane exposure gas (CH4) is odorless, colorless, extremely flammable, and when it mixes with air, can be highly explosive. Methane exposure thus poses a substantial health and safety risk. It is also a potent greenhouse gas, a key component of natural gas, and is used to manufacture chemicals such as ammonia, hydrogen, formaldehyde and methanol. […]

Guidelines for In Situ Remediation Following a Methane Gas Leak

Combustible gas detector for monitoring a methane gas leak

Early this year the State of Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality published a new set of guidelines for environmental practitioners responsible for in situ remediation of spilled contaminants, which also apply to a methane gas leak. The guide provides recommendations for monitoring hazardous contaminants, including methane levels in various environments to minimize any potential impacts […]

How Does the Kingdomware Supreme Court Decision Affect Veteran-Owned Small Businesses?

veteran-owned small businesses engagement

  Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs) and Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSBs) are celebrating the unanimous decision recently taken by the Supreme Court, ruling the VA’s “rule of two” mandatory, and now applicable to all VA procurements, including Federal Supply Schedule orders. This ruling means that veteran-owned businesses will now truly be put first by the […]

Recognizing the Sanitation Worker – a Vital Cog in the Public Health System

Behold the sanitation worker

On the 12th February 1968, as Dr. Martin Luther King traveled around the US calling on people to support the Poor People’s Campaign, over 1000 sanitation workers in Memphis downed tools and went on strike. Just over a month later, on the 18th March, striking sanitation workers flocked to the local Church of God in […]

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