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Anytime the question of my credentials for doing something standing up
in court comes up, if I don't know what the credentials are, I probably
don't have them.
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From: "Gérald Bourguignon" <gbourguignon -at- abrahamcomm -dot- ca>
> I've just received a question from a potential client and I'm not
> quite sure how to respond. They need their safety manuals
> rewritten/revised and they've asked me if I have the credentials that
> would stand up in court should they ever be challenged on the manuals.
> I've been doing tech writing for over 12 years but am new to
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