Engineering Plastic Components That Cycling Enthusiasts Should Consider For Their Bicycles

As an ardent cyclist, you always want to derive the best experience out of your bicycle. This is especially the case if you participate in local cycling competitions often. During such competitions, the difference between a good performance and a bad one depends on the capabilities of your bike by a big factor. Nonetheless, technology has provided a range of features and components that can give you the much-desired competitive edge, for instance, engineered plastics. [Read More]

3 Tips That Commercial Building Managers Should Know About Fire Safety Procedures For Persons With Disabilities

Every year, scores of people get killed or injured by building fires across the globe. The risks related to fires are unique when it comes to people living with disabilities. In the event of a fire, people with disabilities face challenges that further increase the risk of death and injury. Without a helping hand, an individual with a disability is likely to be caught up in an emergency and unable to escape the building. [Read More]

Should You Choose Aluminum Over Steel For Your Project?

Whether you're looking to add a metallic element to your kitchen benchtops at home or are in charge of a production facility that creates metal products, you probably need to decide between aluminum and steel. Both are often readily available and, while steel may often be thought of as the stronger option, aluminum has many benefits that are often overlooked when it comes to metal parts, benchtop covering, and the like. [Read More]

Autism and How to Stop Your Child from Running Away

If you have a child with autism, you are no doubt familiar with the fear that your child will make a run for it once your back is turned. Well, you are not alone. A 2012 study in the journal Pediatrics found that the tendency for autistic children to wander was common, with nearly half of all autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) children engaging in this "elopement behaviour". This tendency to run can be a source of great stress on families who just want to keep their child safe. [Read More]