- Published on February 17, 2014
Today is devoted to severe thunderstorms. Thunderstorms are a common occurrence in Alabama any time of the day, month or year. There are about 2000 thunderstorms in progress around the world at any given moment. However, less than one percent of these thunderstorms are classified as severe. Severe thunderstorms are defined as thunderstorms that produce one inch hail or larger and or strong wind gusts of 58 miles per hour or greater. Severe hail that is one inch in diameter is roughly the size of a quarter.
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- Published on February 07, 2014
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- Published on January 22, 2014
In today's workplace, keeping staff fully informed is challenging. UAB employees have a multitude of learning opportunities in a variety of formats.
Laboratory employees are required to complete safety training to fulfill regulatory requirements and to prove they understand proper practices. Training expectations for visitors who will be working in UAB laboratories are similar, if not the same.
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