#1 Tip for Crime Prevention in the Home
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail” Join a Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood Watch, Block Watch, Town Watch, Building Watch, Crime Watch – whatever the name, its one of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent crime and reduce fear. Neighborhood Watch fights the isolation that crime both creates and feeds upon.…Read More
Safe and Secure Travel Tips: 87% of Luggage is Lost Because..
Have you ever thought about the most valuable asset to your company? It’s you! Keep your most valuable asset safe and secure at all times. Incorporate these precautions into your travel routine and reduce the possibility of becoming a victim. Before You Leave Home There are a number of phone calls to make prior to…Read More
Do NOT Read This; It Can’t Possibly Happen in YOUR Office.
CONTENTS: A. INDICATORS OF POTENTIAL VIOLENCE BY AN EMPLOYEE B. PREPARING FOR & MANAGING AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION C. HOW TO RESPOND WHEN AN ACTIVE SHOOTER IS IN YOUR VICINITY Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes, before law enforcement arrives on…Read More
OSHA Regional/Local Emphasis Programs: Have You Set Your Priorities?
Local Emphasis Programs (LEPs) are enforcement strategies designed and implemented at the regional office and/or area office levels. These programs are intended to address hazards or industries that pose a particular risk to workers in the office’s jurisdiction. The emphasis programs may be implemented by a single area office, or at the regional level (Regional…Read More
56 Holiday Safety Tips | Take the Quiz – 21st Century Safety
The holiday season is always a special time of year. It is also a time when busy people become careless and vulnerable to theft and other holiday crime. We can never be too careful, too prepared or too aware. Have a FUN SAFETY GAME using the Holiday Safety theme. Gather your staff and ask them…Read More
Are You Burning Your End of Year Budget?
Every December, the end of the fiscal year sparks a “use it or lose it” spending frenzy as department managers race to use the remainder of their annual budgets. For the Federal Government, the fiscal year ends October 1 and aggressive spending occurs in September. See graph below. Some senior managers are afraid if they spend…Read More
Which is the Safest Steering Wheel Grasp: 10/2? 9/3? or 8/4? – 21stCenturySafety.com
In the past, the standard instruction in driving schools was for drivers to hold the steering wheel at the 10 and 2 positions, as envisioned on a clock. This is no longer the case and could cost you your arms or hands in gruesome ways if your airbag deploys. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, AAA,…Read More
Drive Safe: Tips for Adjusting to “Standard Time” This Weekend
Why is driving at Sunrise and Sunset an Increased Risk to Safety? At sunrise and before sunset the sun can shine directly into drivers’ eyes, leaving many motorists driving with a glare. This leaves the driver’s view compromised making it much harder to see the road ahead and identify potential hazards. At dusk/sunset, your eyes…Read More
Prevent Back Pain Caused by Driving | 13 Tips to Make Your Commute More Comfortable
Do you experience back pain while driving? Cars are designed for the average person. However, we are all different shapes and sizes. Many of us drive to and from work every day (driving for over half an hour), or our job specifically involves long hours of driving. If so, you may have experienced back pain;…Read More
Top 10 List of Apps for Safety Pros – 21st Century Safety
Smartphones are the Gateway to a WORLD of Information………. Dr. Isabel Perry You work in a remote area and need information for a task OR you want information and do not want to go back to the notebooks on shelves in the office, OR you are curious about a situation or condition. The scenarios are endless. It is time…Read More