December 20, 2019

  • Food-Safety-During-Pregnancy

A Guide to Food Safety During Pregnancy

Pregnant women and their unborn children are particularly vulnerable to foodborne illnesses. Pregnancy brings about immune system changes that can worsen these illnesses and cause serious harm. In certain cases, foodborne illnesses can cause miscarriage or premature delivery. Toxoplasma gondii and Listeria are examples of illnesses that infect the fetus, despite the mother not feeling sick.

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First Aid Tips For Electric Shocks

If you’ve ever had the misfortune of suffering an electric shock, even one that’s minor, it can be a particularly haunting experience. The aftermath can linger even after the shock, which is why it’s essential that you call emergency services even if the affected person seems fine.

  • Responding-To-Workplace-Hazards

Hierarchy Of Controls: Responding To Workplace Hazards

Mitigating workplace hazards is one of the greatest challenges facing an employer. When occupational injuries start becoming common in the workplace, it’s only natural that there’s a decrease in employee productivity as workers have concerns about their safety.

November 30, 2019

  • How-To-Prevent-Occupational-Injuries

Avoid The Red Zone: How To Prevent Occupational Injuries

As an employer, one of your biggest fears is occupational injuries to your employees. Unfortunately, no matter how many safety measures you employ, sometimes, injuries are inevitable. However, it’s still your job to minimize the risk of injury and create a work environment where employees are not worried about their well-being.

  • All You Need To Know About Occupational Injuries

All You Need To Know About Occupational Injuries

Safety and protection are the principle rights of every employee. It’s only when these two rights are provided that an employee can perform even close to the best of their abilities. Although, previously, safety was taken for granted in the workplace, companies now put an enhanced focus on making sure that the working conditions are

  • Train-Workers-Respond-Emergencies

3 Reasons Why Companies Should Train Workers Respond Emergencie

Every workplace is required to have an emergency action plan in place as per the established standards of Occupations Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This plan explains the course of actions that employers and employees must follow in case of a workplace emergency.

How Often Should I Renew First Aid Training?

First aid training is extremely important for both employees and employers. In many situations, providing basic first aid can even save a life. First aid training will enable you to treat your child or a loved one in case of a minor injury without getting overwhelmed.

  • Catastrophic-Bleeding

First Aid Guide: Managing Catastrophic Bleeding

With the increase in number of natural disasters and terrorist attacks, learning to manage catastrophic bleeding has become more of a necessity than a choice for the public. However, these are not the only reasons why you should know how to control bleeding. Several industries such as the military, forestry and construction have been focusing

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3 Biggest Obstacles to Workplace-Safety

Safety of employees is the top most priority for every responsible employer, regardless of the size and nature of the business. However, despite strict safety standards, accidents are bound to happen in any workplace. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to maximize safety for employees and reduce the number of mishaps.