Archive | February, 2014

Cruise Ship Safety Tips

20 Feb

Today we bring you Part Two of our Spring Break Travel Safety Series: Cruise Ship Safety. For many people, spring break means it’s time for a cruise. Cruises are great because the itinerary is planned for you and typically meals are included. Sometimes cruising isn’t all fun, though, when proper safety procedures aren’t followed by […]

Spring Break Foreign Travel Safety

13 Feb

With spring just around the corner, the American Safety Council wants to make sure everyone has the safest spring break possible. Today is the first of a weekly installment of Spring Break Safety Tips so you can be prepared and have fun without worry on your break. Spring Break Safety Series Part One: Foreign Travel Safety […]

Updated OSHA 10 Training Makes a Case For Workplace Safety

6 Feb

On average, there are more than 84 deaths per week from job related accidents. Nearly 20% of these deaths are workers in the construction industry. OSHA has determined that 435 lives per year could be saved by eliminating the “fatal four,” or four most common types of accidents: struck by an object, caught-in/between, electrocution, and […]

Car Seat Safety Changes for 2014

3 Feb

The NHTSA is changing their recommendations for the use of child car seats in 2014. The change takes into account the combined weight of the child and car seat while using the LATCH system, as opposed to going solely off the weight of the child. Most vehicles manufactured since September 1, 2002 are required to […]