January 20, 2020

  • Safety Risks of Offering CPR to a Patient without Proper Training

Safety Risks of Offering CPR to a Patient without Proper Training

What is your first response when you see a victim lying on a road at an accident site? You call 911. But in case paramedics aren’t able to reach the site in time, you should be prepared to offer first aid to the victim. When an injured human is fighting for their life, time is

  • Office Emergency Kit Checklist

The Ultimate Office Emergency Kit Checklist

Emergencies in the workplace can result in injuries, loss of life, and property damage. Companies need to prepare as much as possible to face such emergencies and often spend a significant amount on making their premises as safe as possible.

How to Train Your Employees to Respond To Fire Emergencies?

There are numerous reasons why a fire might break in the workplace. From an electrical malfunction of heavy equipment to a candle that’s fallen over, fire emergencies must be attended to immediately. These accidents can lead to serious injuries and significant damage.

  • Working-Near-Ice-Covered-Water

Working Near Ice Covered Water—Tips and Guidelines

Canada is known for its extreme, cold weather. With many areas covered in snow all year round, health and safety around ice and ice-covered water are paramount. With lakes and other water bodies freezing over during the winter season, one has to be particularly careful about working on or near ice-covered water.

  • Helping-Someone-During-a-Panic-Attack

Helping Someone During a Panic Attack

Sometimes things just get to you and your body reacts in ways you can’t keep up. These are known as panic attacks and affect 5% of adults in Canada. Women, in fact, are twice as likely to develop this disorder than men.

4 Essential Elements of Forklift Safety

Forklifts are a valuable piece of machinery in an industrial and manufacturing zone. They are able to take on heavy items and transport raw materials and products around the business premises effectively.

December 27, 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.

  • First-Aid-Tips-For-Electric-Shocks

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.