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On his website, Rob covers all aspects of home improvement and remodeling. Rob enjoys all aspects of construction, but particularly enjoys using his knowledge and experiences to help and educate people on construction solutions and best practices
On his website, Rob covers all aspects of home improvement and remodeling. Rob enjoys all aspects of construction, but particularly enjoys using his knowledge and experiences to help and educate people on construction solutions and best practices

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Don't forget to enter our monthly Tradesman of the Month - Tool giveaway

2 weeks left to enter for July!!!

We pick a new TOTM Winner each month, and the winner receives a trade specific tool from Milwaukee Tools, plus TBB t-shirt, hat and stickers. Not to mention we feature you, your work and company website link on our TOTM home page.

We've had 3 winners so far, and we've given away:

* M18 FUEL miter-saw kit to finish carpenter
* M18 FUEL Grinder kit to a welder
* M18 FUEL 3/4"High-torque impact wrench kit [Not in the stores yet] - to an iron worker.
* ?? July's Winner??

Are you next?

You can enter each month - ----------------------------------------
Email us a photo of you on your jobsite and use the hashtag #TBBPRO
[email: TBBPro@ToolBoxBuzz.com]

Good Luck ~ ROB


#PromoteTheTrades #SkilledTrades #TBBCrew #Trades
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Time Management Tips will help you be more productive
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For years the tourniquet was thought to be a dangerous “tool of last resort.” Battlefield experience has proven that tourniquets are not only safe, useful, and save lives.

I encourage you guys to buy a few tourniquets. Put one in your first aid kit, your truck and most importantly your tool bag! and remember those important tips:

* “Tourniquet First!” in severe extremity hemorrhage
* With a bad bleed “time matters” get it on FAST!
* Put the tourniquet on “high and tight”
* Once on – leave it on.
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Once you get a tourniquet - here's how to apply it.

Practice putting it on and remember:

People don't rise to expectations, they fall to their training! Practice now so you can apply in in pain, quickly or when panicked.

Watch video for details - ROB
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As a contractor who works with tools are you prepared for a job site catastrophic injury? 

I know a lot of us have first aid kits but do you carry a tourniquet? 

Is it in the truck or in your tool belt?

If it's in your truck, can you get to it within 60 seconds and then apply the tourniquet in another 60-120 seconds?

If that answer is no, you may want to consider keeping a tourniquet in your tool belt, tool bag,  or on your person.

Watch this!
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Who WON? Flexvolt vs M18
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Guys,

Shortly after writing the Milwaukee table-saw review and video, DEWALT was able to send us a 12 Ah pack and Flexvolt blade, we also located and attached the riving knife.

So how did the Dewalt FlexVolt 12Ah Battery do????

Watch to find out . . . ROB
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Had to redo the video - here's the final product!!
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