When it comes to fire safety, many businesses focus on reducing hazards during the winter months when the air is dry and lights are on more frequently. But summer has its own fair share of fire hazards that could quickly turn a beautiful day into a business owner’s nightmare. To help you and your employees …Read More about "4 Fire Safety Tips To Keep Your Business Safe This Summer"
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by Derek Stabell
Having a child is one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever know. From the nine intimate months that only you will understand to first words, first steps, and beyond, parenthood is a uniquely enriching and emotional time. When you accept responsibility for another human’s life, yours is never the same. Unfortunately, human beings …Read More about "Planning For Parenthood: Why You Should Take A BLS Class"
Fires are devastating forces of nature. Though the Northwestern forest wildfires demonstrate what can happen if they go completely untamed, they are just as deadly and dangerous in workplace environments. This is why everyone should know how to handle a fire extinguisher, either in its full or portable size. Fighting Fires Fire extinguishers come in …Read More about "Fire Safety 101: Why It’s Important To Know How To Use Fire Extinguishers"
Pull to the right for lights and sirens What do I do when an emergency vehicle is approaching? Pull to the right for lights and sirens. When an emergency vehicle is approaching you from behind, it is important to safely move to the right upon noticing it. Pulling to the right for lights and sirens will …Read More about "Pull to the right for lights and sirens"