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8 Steps to Reduce Your Risk Of Deadly, Yet Common, Infections

Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are a serious risk to patient safety. One in 25 U.S.

Winter Safety: 5 Ways to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your Home

Cold winter weather brings many enjoyable activities such as drinking hot chocolate, spending time with family by the fire, or simply bundling up in a warm house with a working heater and a good movie

Water intoxication: How much water is too much?

Doctors often advise people to drink enough water to prevent dehydration, especially during sport activities.

Is it possible to cure alcohol hangover?

The main hangover symptoms are nausea and headache that appear several hours after excessive alcohol drinking.

Traffic Safety: What to do in the Aftermath of a Car Accident

Car accidents are an unfortunate reality for almost every driver. Especially in large metropolitan areas with heavy traffic congestion, accidents can be just as common as stop lights.

The Safety Benefits of Fleet Tracking

For the fleet manager, safety is a primary concern.

How to Keep your Home Fire Safe

Fire has been both friend and foe to humanity since its discovery. Without it we wouldn’t have been able to evolve as we have, to become the developed people we are.

Smoke alarms: are they enough?

By law, buildings built after 1992 require mains operated smoke alarms to be fitted within their property. Homes built before 1992 are strongly advised to purchase battery operated smoke alarms.

HAZWOPER Levels of Protection: PPE Requirements

Hazardous waste and materials can be found on quite a number of types of job sites. In fact, they’re usually a part of many work situations, as well.

Nursery Safety and Tips For Keeping Your Baby Safe

New parents and veteran parents alike tend to worry about the safety of their newborns and the products they use on a day-to-day basis.

Home Fire Safety

The number of fires in homes across Great Britain remains a cause for major concern. Tragically, the 39,600 fires recorded in 2013-14 claimed 258 lives.

How to Stay Safe on the Construction Site: An Essential Checklist

Working on a construction site is statistically one of the most dangerous jobs you can do.

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