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Join our sober living community or refer a client, family member, or friend. This successful Bristol County home has held mash certified sober homes for nearly a decade, dedicated to leading men in their recovery journey. We are proud to honor this legacy and have committed to leading this sober house according to the NARR principles. New Bedford, Massachusetts offers many sober living resources for men and women in recovery from addiction. Many attenuators are built as modular units, meaning that if the crash is not severe, only the damaged parts need to be replaced. In crashes past the sunset date, these parts on grandfathered attenuators are permitted to be replaced with non-MASH approved parts.

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A list of all sober houses in Massachusetts on Sober House Directory is available here. If you are looking for recovery resources in Massachusetts, please visit our Massachusetts Sober House Recovery Resources page. The Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH) represent uniform guidelines for conducting full-scale crash tests for permanent and temporary highway safety features along with evaluation criteria.

Crashworthy Work Zone Traffic Control Devices

MASH contains crash testing criteria for devices previously known as “Category 4” devices. Low-mass, single-piece traffic cones, tubular markers, single-piece drums, and delineators (known as Category 1 devices under NCHRP 350) may be manufacturer-certified as MASH-compliant as long as there are no attachments to the device. If there are attachments, crash testing and/or evaluation to MASH criteria is required. The MASH compliant O-Post Wire Rope Barrier System (WRSF) offers a patented interweaving of the wire ropes to contain & redirect errant vehicles.

These homes allow for independence while guided by a set of recovery-focused house rules, standards, and expectations. Visit the Vanderburgh House website to learn more about their sober homes. It is a feeling.” Our certified sober homes take pride in offering a home-like environment that supports recovery. Certified sober homes have comfortable spaces for living, sleeping, and engaging with peers, all of which make them valuable and safe spaces for recovery. In 2011, the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) established national standards for sober houses. NARR began to affiliate with state-level organizations to promote evidence-based standards for sober houses and other residential recovery programs and centers.

Mash Compliant 4-Rope System

Successful sober homes establish and reinforce healthy lifestyles, provide a safe and stable place to live, conduct meaningful activities, and build relationships and social networks for support. Through our network of certified sober housing and empirically-based recovery principles, MASH’s goal is to help create and foster these safe living environments for those with substance use disorders. The SMT™ is a trailer mounted attenuator for use on stationary or moving shadow support vehicles. It is tested to the Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH) Test Level 3. The system is comprised of two lightweight aluminum cartridges contained in a steel support frame and heavy duty Torflex® axle and wheels.

This information provides links to websites of those agencies or programs that provide equipment testing or evaluation services. This experience spurred a desire to learn more about canine rehabilitation so she began coursework through the University of Tennessee certification program in Canine rehabilitation. Her clinical residency was spent here at MASH and she earned her Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner credentials in December 2007. Now she strives to provide complete wellness and rehabilitation care of dogs ( or cats ! ) big and small, athletic and elderly, for their fullest dog life possible. Her interest in Canine Rehabilitation began in 2000 when her own dog, Cooper, underwent a caudal cruciate repair.

Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH)

The SS180® M is a truck mounted attenuator for use on stationary or moving shadow or support vehicles. The unit is comprised of two lightweight aluminum cartridges contained in a potentially reusable steel support frame, and a 180° tilt feature which folds at the center to stack the two cartridge sections on top of each other. The SS180® M is designed to help absorb rear-end impacts at speeds up to 62 mph (100 km/h) when impacted within MASH crash test standards. Products addressed in MASH include longitudinal barriers, guardrail transitions, end terminals, crash cushions, breakaway/yielding supports, truck mounted attenuators and work zone traffic control devices, and more. Ultimately, the testing changes made in the MASH tests were done with the purpose of ensuring that truck mounted attenuators currently on the market can stand up to real-life crash scenarios that they will frequently face in today’s work zones.

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