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Adult Child Conscious Choking – Workplace Wednesday

                Choking Hopefully everyone had a safe and happy Thanksgiving! This week we are going to discuss and learn about the First Aid for a conscious adult or child that is choking. In order for us to deliver first aid, we would need to recognize that someone is choking. So we’ll list the signs and […]

Emergency Kits – Workplace Wednesday

There are 3 main types of Emergency kits everyone should have on hand. Do you know what they are and what they should contain?   Whether we are at home or work, traveling, or on leisure time we all need to be prepared for an emergency. Emergencies are never planned. Get Prepared by ensuring your […]

AED Use – Workplace Wednesday

AED Use is this weeks Workplace Wednesday topic   AED’s or External Automatic Defibrillators are simple and easy to use. If you can turn one on, you can operate it. They are made to be used by anyone, at anytime. They will not deliver a shock if it’s not needed. We are finding AED’s more […]

Complacency – Workplace Wednesday

 Complacency is this weeks Workplace Wednesday topic Being complacent is described by definition as: a feeling of quiet pleasure or security, often while unaware of some potential danger, defect, or the like; self-satisfaction or smug satisfaction with an existing situation, condition, etc. From this definition we can see how it would be a hazard in […]

Workplace Wednesdays

Driving and Ergonomics – Workplace Wednesday

Driving and Ergonomics Workplace Wednesday topic for Sept 17th Sitting in a chair is not the same as siting in a car while driving. For instead, when you use the steering wheel, your hands and arms are higher than when you are working at a desk. Also, in order to operate the brake and accelerator […]

Slips, Trips and Falls -Workplace Wednesday

Workplace Wednesday-Slips, Trips and Falls Slips and falls has probably happened to most of us. The momentary lapse of inattentive thinking about a personal problem or distracted by an activity is what ends up in a slip, trip or fall. A stumble down a stairway, a trip over an uneven surface, slipping on the ice […]

Fall Season Ready Workplace Wednesday

Workplace Wednesday- Fall ready All too soon, summer is gone and fall is knocking on our doors. The shorter days, temperature drop, falling and colourful leaves makes fall a great time to fine tune your health and safety awareness. Even though the cool weather of the Fall may be a relief from the intense heat […]

Bullying – Part 2 – Workplace Wednesday

  Bullying part 1 click here Preventing Bullying As we saw in last week’s work place Wednesday, the case for strict anti-bullying policies is compelling and the need to act is now. Bullying should be acknowledged as unacceptable behavior in every work place and seriously addressed at all levels. Establishing proper systems for investigating, recording and […]

Bullying – Workplace Wednesday

This weeks Workplace Wednesday topic is on Bullying Bullying usually involves any incident or pattern of behavior that is intended to intimidate, offend, threaten, assault or humiliate a particular person or group of people at the work place. These behaviors would originate from customers, co-workers at any level of the organization. And contrary to popular […]

Stair Case to Health – Workplace Wednesday

  Workplace Wednesday-Stair case to health Most people probably spend half of their waking hours at work. Many sit at a desk or machine for most of the day, and others drive a vehicle on the job or to commute. It is likely that people who are sedentary at work are also sedentary in their […]

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