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You’re Never Too Old for a PSA

2009-09-11T08:42:34

Sure, we all remember the “This is your brain on drugs” PSA from the eighties but have you checked out any of the latest PSAs featured on YouTube? If not, you should check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/usgovhhs. The US Department of Health & Human Services has their own special YouTube page featuring videos submitted by… Continue reading You’re Never Too Old for a PSA

Lightning Safety Week – June 21 – 27, 2009

2009-06-18T09:01:46

Not only is this Sunday Father’s Day it’s also the kick off of Lightning Safety Week. Lightning, the nation’s deadliest weather phenomena, strikes year round but summer is its peak season. Over the past 30 years, lightning killed an average of 58 people per year. This is higher than the 57 deaths per year caused… Continue reading Lightning Safety Week – June 21 – 27, 2009

Holiday Safety Tips

2008-12-23T15:55:14

Did you know that each year during the 60 days surrounding the end of the year holiday season almost 11,000 people are treated in hospital emergency rooms due to injuries sustained while decorating? A gut reaction may be to snicker or maybe a flash of Chevy Chase trying to hang Christmas lights on his house… Continue reading Holiday Safety Tips

Resolve to be Ready in 2009

2008-12-15T15:46:26

The holidays are upon us and it won’t be long before we’re ringing in the New Year. With the New Year so quickly approaching the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Ready Campaign is reminding Americans to Resolve to be Ready in 2009. This nationwide effort is designed to encourage individuals, families, businesses and communities… Continue reading Resolve to be Ready in 2009

Does Your Employer Meet OSHA Standards?

2008-11-13T16:47:59

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) bloodborne pathogen standard, 29 CFR 1910.1030, requires that employers supply employees with proper instructions, equipment, personal protection equipment (PPE) and disinfectant to safely clean up body fluid spills. This OSHA safety standard applies to employees who have occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious material. Does this… Continue reading Does Your Employer Meet OSHA Standards?

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