Emergency Preparedness

Will Your Lighting Cut it in an Emergency?

Should a power failure occur in your workplace, emergency lighting is expected to kick in and help workers and others find their way to safety. But emergency lighting does

Are You Ready For a Crisis?

A catastrophic event has just occurred in your workplace. It could be an explosion in a petrochemical plant or a blowout on a drilling rig. You're safe, thankfully. But what

Work Injury

Employer Did Enough to Prevent Work Injury but Didn’t Report It Fast Enough

A worker is using an oxygen acetylene torch to cut the lid from a 51-gallon barrel previously used to contain a flammable substance. Because the barrel hasn’t been properly

Emergency Lighting

Will Your Emergency Lighting Cut it During a Calamity?

Imagine being caught in an intense earthquake lasting at least six minutes and suddenly having the power go off, plunging the room into darkness in the midst of all that chao

Company Vehicles

What Safety Equipment Should be Kept in Company Vehicles?

Question: Are there any legal requirements regarding safety equipment that must be carried in company vehicles such as cube vans, pickup trucks and cars? If not, are there

Seven Statistics: CPR

Cardiac arrest – an electrical malfunction in the heart that causes an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) and disrupts the flow of blood to the brain, lungs and other org

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