August 12, 2020

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4 First Aid Skills You Can Teach Your Child at Home

Children are like sponges; they’re quick to absorb all the knowledge and skills taught to them. Which is why teaching them the right things is essential. Whether they’re playing alone or under adult supervision, accidents and injuries are bound to happen. In an emergency, the simplest first aid lessons can save lives.

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Road Accidents – How to Help Safely

According to the statistics published by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), approximately 2,000 people are killed, and 165,000 are injured every year while using the road transportation system.

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COVID-19 in Schools: Everything You Should Know

Along with being a matter of prioritising education, the reopening of schools is an essential step towards economic recovery. Several provinces in Canada have partially opened their schools, while others have decided to remain closed until September.

July 29, 2020

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Why You Shouldn’t Feed Honey to Your Infant

When it comes to your baby, you aim for the most organic, natural ingredients to strengthen their immune system. Although honey seems like a wholesome and natural food to give your infant, it can be potentially dangerous. According to the World Health Organization, honey should not be fed to infants under 12 months of age, whether

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Building A Safety-Oriented Company Culture

As an employer, it’s important to prioritize the health and safety of your employees. There are many benefits to having a culture of safety and respect within an organization. It prevents accidents, improves motivation levels and loyalty among employees. Those working at construction sites, in warehouses, and manufacturing facilities, in particular require safety measures to

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Top 5 Reasons to Become CPR Certified

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly known as CPR is a technique that can prove to be life-saving for individuals going into cardiac arrest. However, to perform this technique well, you need to learn it from a professional. CPR certifications among the guidance of experienced professionals, prove to be valuable life-skills that can potentially help you save a

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5 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Musculoskeletal Disorder Among Employees

Musculoskeletal issues are common in the workplace. Employees often ignore pain and body aches which can often lead to long-term issues. Musculoskeletal disorders, also known as MSDs, account for a major proportion of workplace injuries. These injuries not only affect performance and productivity, but can also have long-lasting effects if not addressed in time. Common

June 29, 2020

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3 Tips for Building Safe Habits in The Workplace That Last!

As an employer, you must ensure that your employees remain safe and healthy when a deadly contagion is claiming lives around the world. If your employees are coming to work, you need to do all you can to limit their chances of getting infected. Here are a few tips that may help you do so:

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First Aid and COVID-19—What You Need to Know

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed how little we know about primary medicine and health. From crazy medical theories to outlandish “cures,” there’s been no shortage of misinformation about this illness. However, even a basic first-aid course can help you learn more about how our bodies work and fight off disease.