September 30, 2020
Industrial work zones like warehouses, freight houses, and construction sites are always at risk of accidents, injuries, or any other collateral form. It puts both workers and pedestrians in danger. It is also against the worker and passenger policies in America. 15% of the work-zone crash fatalities from 2002-2006 included motorists, workers on foot, cyclists,
In Canada, around 90 people die from fire-related incidents a year. Fires in workplaces can be extremely dangerous because of the number of flammable substances, a large amount of people and the general panic that ensues with a fire.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, over the past 6 to 7 months, we’ve all received an unprecedented crash course in how viruses work. We sympathized, empathized, and collaborated on virtual platforms. We started making cloth masks, baking bread, cooking food, and growing greens in our yard.
Summer is probably the most favourite season for children. It’s that time of the year when they can finally go out to play with friends and enjoy the breeze and greens. They jump, run, skip, climb, and pedal to make the most of their free time. However, summer fun can also put your kids at
August 22, 2020
Choosing a First Aid course is not as easy as it seems. There are tons of questions and doubts that often hold you back from registering. At Metro Safety Training, we want to ensure that our first aiders are not only equipped with skills but also packed with the necessary knowledge.
Making a workplace safe isn’t a process that happens overnight. It requires careful planning and effort to ensure your workplace is safe for employees and other workers. Accidents are bound to happen; what you can do is make sure there is a response mechanism to mitigate the damage and hasten recovery.
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.
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.
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.