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Cape Safety, Inc. Sawbuck Safety

Richard Hughes

After the escapades chronicled in nine previous books, the men and women of Cape Safety, Inc. must have done it all, you thought. But "they're just getting started." The safety, health & environmental expertise of Cape Safety, Inc. and Cliff Safety, Inc. may be needed now more than ever in this fast-changing technologically sophisticated world. As the country debates "alternative facts" when real facts don't fit personal agendas, clear thinkers-like the consultants of C.S.I.-become more essential than ever. Sawbuck Safety, No. 10 in the series, informs and entertains you with stories of:

  • Boeing - where is the D.O.T.?
  • Deep sea mining - is it worth the damage?
  • Chemistry and capital punishment - inappropriate bedfellows?
  • Too bright headlights-finally a solution from Nissan
  • The new biggest ship in the world, Icon of the Seas, and the Titanic - what dire commonality is there between them?
  • The Green New Deal and how it benefits the average person with significant savings on utility bills, warmer homes, the ability to cool homes, and improvements for asthmatics
  • Boston's 1st networked geothermal heating system housing development with renewable energy
  • Babcock Ranch, FL-USA's 1st solar-powered town where homes are pre-wired for EV charging
  • The new Seattle Aquarium Ocean Pavilion, which has room for 3500 sea creatures in a natural habitat
  • NASA rethinking their Standard Operating Procedures to stay on top of issues in space.
  • Breathing air systems built into new building construction. A firefighter's dream.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Waquoit Wordsmith Press
  • Publish Date: Apr 10th, 2024
  • Pages: 244
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.55in - 0.69lb
  • EAN: 9798224979899
  • Categories: Nature & the EnvironmentPolitical

About the Author

Hughes, Richard: - "

Richard Hughes closed his 24-seat safety training center on Cape Cod to become a retired student of modern worldwide shipping operations. He graduated from Massachusetts Maritime Academy with a B.S. in Marine Transportation then obtained a Masters Degree in Business from Lesley University. While at MMA, he sailed on the Bay State, the Lightning, and the Mobil Lube. His books include the Cape Safety, Inc. - Danger Dogs Series-a collection of 10 novels detailing the exciting lives of a top-notch bi-coastal safety consulting firm. His popular non-fiction Deep Sea Decisions is an expose of maritime tragedies. He and his wife, Lavinia M. Hughes, have co-authored Newtucket Island, Training Ship, and Cape Car Blues. He lives and writes in the seaside village of Waquoit, MA, with his wife.