Quick First Aid Tips
Identifying potential fall hazards in a workplace is a crucial part of any work safety plan. While keeping safety equipment on site is important, being safe from the dangers of trips and falls altogether is the right of every employee in your workplace.
Slip and fall injuries are increasing in numbers. In Canada, over 40,000 employees are injured every year due to these accidents. According to the 2011 statistics by Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards, these accidents represent as many as 17% of ‘time-loss injuries’ accepted by commissions and compensation boards across the country.
Picture yourself on a vacation with your family and suddenly trouble strikes. Let’s say that someone starts choking. It’s time you call a medical professional but there’s no one in the vicinity!
You begin by saving one person at a time… This is life, all else is romanticism, grandiose, or politics – Charles Bukowski Do you know how to save a life? What will you do if a child or an old person went into cardiac arrest, in your presence? Would you panic if that person was
Asbestos is a name given to a naturally occurring silicate material. Asbestos is found in various buildings and products. It can cause serious illness, if inhaled.