1. COVID-19 Safety and Prevention in the Workplace Training Program
    Categories: BBP Training

    COVID-19 Safety and Prevention in the Workplace Training Program

    .see-all { font-size: 30px; } @media only screen and (max-width: 414px) { .see-all { font-size: 2em; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 380px) { .see-all { font-size: 1.5em; } } Some Businesses are REQUIRED to offer this training... ...All businesses SHOULD offer this training to protect their workers and their workplace The American EHS COVID-19 Safety & Prevention in...
  2. COVID-19 Read the Latest from Public Health Officials & Agencies
    Categories: Health News

    COVID-19 Read the Latest from Public Health Officials & Agencies

    COVID-19 As a health and safety training organization, amid ongoing concerns of the COVID-19 Our instructors, clients, employees, and their families are of our biggest concern. We are closely monitoring the situation and following guidance from public health officials and government agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). If you would like additional...
  3. Recognize Frostbite
    Categories: Emergency Preparedness

    Recognize Frostbite

    We share a bit about Frostbite last year and want to remind all that it is a danger this time of year. Don’t let Jack Frost nip at your nose. Protect yourself from frostbite with information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Frostbite is an injury caused by freezing. It most often affects the nose, ears, cheeks...
  4. 3 Ways You Can Use Smartwatches to Keep You Safe
    Categories: Emergency Preparedness

    3 Ways You Can Use Smartwatches to Keep You Safe

    Smartwatches are becoming the next must-have gadget. You can receive notifications, answer calls, connect to your smart devices, track your fitness, listen to music and navigate your area. Smartwatches are reliable and easily accessible, which also makes them more useful than smartphones in dangerous situations. Let's take a closer look at the features that help keep you safe. Panic Button...
  5. Is That Safe to Eat?
    Categories: Emergency Preparedness

    Is That Safe to Eat?

    We've talked about Power Outages in the past ( What is the most common emergency? ) But have you considered how  Power outages can jeopardize the safety of the food stored in your home refrigerator or freezer. If you lose electricity, do you know how to determine if your food is safe to eat? The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers...
  6. Summertime
    Categories: Odd Bits of News & Trivia


    Today is the First Day of Summer! (or so the calendar tells us - Meteorological Summer, or "real summer" began June 1st) Summer is about fun and out-of-doors play, including cooling off in and around the water - it also brings risks of illness and injury that are much different than other seasons.. here are a few helpful articles to...
  7. Puppies
    Categories: Miscellaneous Supplies


    Here's an interesting twist... a novel way that Humane Societies around the world can get homeless pets some love and attention (and hopefully bonding and adoption!) Want to try out owning a puppy for a few hours all while enjoying a vacation on a tropical island? According to Huffington Post, a dog rescue charity in Turks and Caicos, Potcake Place, says that the...
  8. National Building Safety Month
    Categories: OSHA and Other Safety Training

    National Building Safety Month

    As noted in our last post, May is National Building Safety Month. Here are some excellent resources you may employ in recognizing the need for safety in the workplace: Building Science Publications The following list of Building Science publications is organized by FEMA publication number. You can find additional publications on the FEMA Resource and Document Library searching by hazard type. Flood/Wind...
  9. May is National Building Safety Month
    Categories: OSHA and Other Safety Training

    May is National Building Safety Month

    We recently talked about Fall Protection in Construction - which often relates to Commercial Buildings... did you know that May is National Building Safety Month? Yes - by Presidential Proclamation this is the 6th National Building Safety Month (BSM). The 2016 theme is "Building Codes: Driving Growth through Innovation, Resilience and Safety." Each week of BSM spotlights a specific area of building...
  10. Back and Lifting Safety
    Categories: OSHA and Other Safety Training

    Back and Lifting Safety

    Keeping your back healthy and keeping you on the job requires a team effort.  Management is committed to helping reduce back injuries at work, by teaching good lifting and material handling techniques.  Back safety is a shared responsibility- it requires your cooperation at work, home, and play. Not all back injuries are a result of sudden trauma - most are...

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