Take a look at different ideas on how to stay physically and mentally healthy during social distancing.
June is National Safety Month. The National Safety Council assigns each week a specific theme and offers a variety of resources and materials to help you improve your safety.
Slips, trips and falls are among the most common safety risks encountered in the workplace. However, several things can be done to help mitigate the risks.
With the amount of people entering and leaving the arena, facilities must also be concerned with the safety of the building itself.
Most people while on vacation or while doing fun activities such as visiting amusement parks or other recreational facilities don’t spend a lot of time thinking about safety.
In May, 2013 the World Health Organization (WHO) directed their focus to improving pedestrian safety throughout the world.
With Holiday shopping and increased traffic in malls and shopping areas, elevator and escalator safety is important.
Accident Fund is launching a safety campaign called S.A.F.E. (Slip and Fall Elimination) to help policyholders prevent slip and falls this winter.
In 2008 a cyclist won $25,000 from the city in court after crashing on his bike, due to his tire getting caught in a storm drain grate.
Subway grating is used as a ventilation system for cities across North America.
The definition of egress is a path or opening for coming in or going out, to “emerge”.
In May of 2012 the Federal Government launched a new initiative and website called Safety.Data.Gov.
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