1. FEMA Urges Residents in Hurricane Dorian’s Path to Prepare Now
    Categories: Disaster & Survival Preparedness

    FEMA Urges Residents in Hurricane Dorian’s Path to Prepare Now

    The risk of dangerous storm surge and hurricane-force winds along the east coast of Florida later this week and this weekend continues to increase. Those in the Caribbean impacted by Dorian should use caution as they return home or begin clean up.  Residents in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands should continue to follow the directions of local officials...
  2. Small Business Saturday 2018
    Categories: Info News

    Small Business Saturday 2018

    h5:before { content: url(https://first-aid-store.com/media/argento/pure2/images/list-arrow.gif); } Small Business Saturday celebrates its 9th year this year - The idea being to encourage people across the country to support small businesses and get the value of real service. Endorsed by a unanimous vote of the US Senate, Americans are asked to pledge their support for the small businesses that fuel our communities and...
  3. Safe Holidays - A Poem
    Categories: Healthy Living Tips

    Safe Holidays - A Poem

    It's the holiday season and it’s definitely keeping us all on our toes. We all have plenty of tips and tricks for you to keep your spirits bright and stay safe, but this year Ready Campaign thought they would share them a little differently—via a poem. Enjoy—and have a very happy (and safe!) holiday season. Happy Holiday Tips The clock is ticking and...
  4. Tis the season to be CAREFUL
    Categories: Healthy Living Tips

    Tis the season to be CAREFUL

    Winter & Holiday risks are very different from other times of year.. right now everyone is in a holiday frenzy, but take a moment to think about Winter Risks and how to avoid them: Are you Ready for Winter? Winter Weather Tips Winter Roads & Safety Winter Driving Winter Weather Safety More Winter Safety Winter Cold Recommendations for Workers and...
  5. Holiday and Travel Safety Toolkit
    Categories: Healthy Living Tips

    Holiday and Travel Safety Toolkit

    Holidays - we're running around in a rush, have WAY too much to do in too little time - Ugh... this is when mishaps occur - be safe and be ready. The main tips for holiday and travel safety include: Stay off the road during and after a winter storm. Keep candles away from flammable materials or consider using flameless...
  6. Labor - Family - Safety
    Categories: Disaster & Survival Preparedness & National Preparedness Month

    Labor - Family - Safety

    While Labor day began over 100 years ago as a day to celebrate the achievements of (and provide a day of rest for) American Workers, it has become a day to relax and enjoy friends and family. While doing this, we'd like to emphasize that September is National Preparedness Month which serves as a reminder that we all must take action to prepare, now and throughout the year, for the types of emergencies that could affect us where we live, work, and also where we visit. National Preparedness Month is a good time to take...
  7. Climate Change
    Categories: Disaster & Survival Preparedness

    Climate Change

    “The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific Assessment” is a report by the U.S. Global Change Research Program revealing new assessments of the growing public health threat of climate change. Released on April 4, 2016, the report identified the many ways in which climate change is already threatening the health of all Americans and the significant...
  8. Safety Pays: The ROI of Workplace Safety
    Categories: Safety Videos & Information & OSHA Safety

    Safety Pays: The ROI of Workplace Safety

    While everybody agrees that safety is an important part of the workplace, most people don’t recognize that ignoring safety has hard economic costs that far exceed the costs of any equipment or procedure changes. Oftentimes, safer procedures actually increase productivity or improve quality. Safety improvements not only save money by preventing accidents, they often also make a strong contribution to...
  9. The True Cost of not having Safety Equipment
    Categories: Basic First Aid Information & OSHA Safety

    The True Cost of not having Safety Equipment

    Whenever they hire a new employee, one of the things most companies have overlooked and need to include in their new hire orientation training is a first aid course. When someone is hurt or suddenly becomes ill, the faster they are taken care of can have a huge impact on how they recover. If an employee is hurt on the...
  10. Budgeting and Planning for Safety...
    Categories: Info News & Safety Videos & Information

    Budgeting and Planning for Safety...

    As we have all been digging in and starting off a new year, we all should think of safety needs for the next 12 Months. Whether personal safety needs, or OSHA or Industry required safety compliance for the workplace, planning saves time, money, and stress. There's that saying "those who fail t plan plan to fail", well that certainly applies to...

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