A home can be just as dangerous as a workplace, and an injury can have you laid up for days or weeks. Or you could even be permanently disabled and not be able to perform your current job. That's why it's important to think about home safety. After all, safety is a 24/7 concern for all of us.
Communicating Effectively in Emergencies
Effective communication can minimize the impact of emergencies and help reduce the number of injuries and fatalities. A calm and decisive leader giving clear instructions during an emergency can help keep your people safe. When your employees act swiftly and properly in response to an emergency, they help protect property and minimize damage and de
Acute Respiratory Illness Pandemic Training: Prevention and Response
For most healthy adults, seasonal viruses are not generally life-threatening.
But as you've seen in the news, acute respiratory illness pandemics, such
as those caused by coronaviruses (including COVID-19) or influenza, can
spread quickly and widely, and pose a major global health threat.
Balancing Work and Home
Many people struggle to juggle a full-time job while also caring for young children, aging parents, and other responsibilities on a daily basis. It can feel like there are not enough hours in a day—that there are too many responsibilities at work and at home—and that you can't complete tasks in either place—many people feel this way. This onl
Acute Respiratory Illness Pandemic Training for Healthcare Workers
For most healthy adults, seasonal viruses are not generally life-threatening. But as you've seen in the news, respiratory disease pandemics, such as those caused by coronaviruses or influenza, are something else. They often involve new strains of viruses to which people have developed no immunity. These kinds of viruses can spread quickly and widel