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In any major emergency, you will be working with local emergency responders to save and secure
your institution. If you have a good relationship with your local emergency responders and know
Building an Emergency Plan is designed to guide an institution and its staff through the process of developing a team-based emergency preparedness and response program, which results in the creation of an emergency preparedness and response plan.
The following are some of the questions this webinar, presentation, and document seeks to answer:
What is the OSHA standard for control of hazardous energy sources?
Working in a public garden means that your workday depends somewhat on the weather. Wet walking surfaces both indoors and out can present serious slipping hazards for you, your co-workers and guests.
Heat and humidity can cause several different types of heat-related illnesses including heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Knowing the signs and symptoms of each type of illness will help to keep your guests and staff safe through the summer
The moment an employee injury occurs, a sequence of event begins that can last for weeks or even months. But no matter how prolonged the recovery period, the first 24 hours after an injury are the most crucial for the best possible outcome.
Easy to follow tutorial on how to protect yourself and relieve symptoms from hazardous plants and infected insects.
The guidelines in this article are designed to help your guests, employees and volunteers avoid injury during a crowded event.
"Habit can, and should, be a positive concept in a nonprofit. Nowhere is habit more important than the area of workplace safety..." (excerpt)
Having an accident investigation process is critical to properly handle visitor injuries when they arise and mitigate future loss. Follow these best practices on how to investigate visitor accidents.