Halloween safety for your pets
Sep26

Halloween safety for your pets

Everyone is looking forward to trick or treating with their kids, however, for some of us, our kids are our pets!

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Driving Safely with Pets
Sep24

Driving Safely with Pets

Pet safety experts Melanie Monteiro and Dr. Jessica Vogelsang, DVM view pet crash tests and discuss safe car travel with pets. Brought to you by Sleepypod.

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Back Safety Training
Sep18

Back Safety Training

Back Safety should be an issue of great concern for all employers and employees. According to the National Safety Council and OSHA, back injuries are the number one type of injury in the workplace. This training video will assist employers and employees in avoiding back injuries. For more information contact National Safety Compliance at 1.877.922.7233 or look us up online at...

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Three Biggest Safety Issues
Sep12
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Working at Height Training
Sep05

Working at Height Training

Working at heights is potential to the highest number of fatalities amongst all other accidents. Working at heights has been classified as one of the top most hazardous areas of occupation in the world. It is therefore imperative to provide adequate safety training to the workforce for height work safety. ASK EHS uses simple but powerful animation movies of actual locations to create a life-like and believable environment especially...

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Safety tips for Halloween costumes
Oct03

Safety tips for Halloween costumes

With Halloween a week away, 22News is working for you with how to make sure your costume is safe.

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Electrical Safety Tips
Sep04

Electrical Safety Tips

Some important tips for staying safe around your home! Thanks to HartStyle Media for the excellent video.

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West Marine Safe Boating Checklist
Sep03

West Marine Safe Boating Checklist

West Marine’s safe boating checklist to help stay safe on the water: Pre-Departure: 1. Check weather report and tides/currents 2. File a float plan with someone you know. Tell them where youʼre going and when you intend to return (and what to do if you don’t). 3. Identify non-swimmers: Supply them with fitted life jackets while on the water 4. Identify second-in-command in case of skipperʼs incapacitation 5. Identify the...

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