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4 Gas Detection Basics

Posted by Freya Simons on Aug 11, 2016 11:00:00 AM

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Topics: gas detection basics, four basics of gas detectors, job site safety, gas safety, gas leak prevention, gas, gas detection, gas detector basics, four basics of gas detection, how to use gas detectors, safeware gas detectors

How to Keep Your School Safe

Posted by Freya Simons on Aug 4, 2016 12:38:38 PM

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Topics: school safety, how to keep your kids safe, metal detectors in schools, safety on campuses, how much security should schools have, safety in middle schools, school security systems

When 'Pokemon Go' Becomes 'Pokemon Stop'

Posted by Freya Simons on Jul 21, 2016 9:33:32 AM

The video game Pokemon Go was released to the world on July 6th, just a few weeks ago, and since then hundreds and thousands of not-just-teenagers who grew up with the lovable cartoon, card game, video game and general world of Pokemon have been obsessed. Along with the craze has come plenty of new ways to injure oneself--although it may be true, as some have joked, that this game is doing more for childhood obesity than Michelle Obama has done in 8 years.

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Topics: safety, pokemon safety, fall safety, pokemon go, rescue, hard hat

Saving the Madison

Posted by Freya Simons on Jul 7, 2016 11:30:00 AM

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Topics: fire, firemen, fireman, madison theatre, peoria, illinois theatre, 2016 fires, illinois fires, the madison theatre, peoria, famous fires, fire safety

"Firenado"?

Posted by Freya Simons on Jun 30, 2016 11:08:18 AM

This intense video was posted by firefighternews.com, and it's not something you see every day:

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Topics: fire, firemen, fireman, firefighting, 2016 fires, famous fires, fire tornado, firenado, fire safety

Is It Too Loud In Here?

Posted by Stephanie Sarbacher on Jun 22, 2016 9:45:58 AM

We are surrounded by sound all day everyday with most of these sounds being at a safe level. However, for those that are exposed to loud and long-lasting noises could experience noise-induced hearing loss. Noise-induced hearing loss can be immediate or take time. Protect yourself with the proper hearing protection!

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Fires Not Celebrated

Posted by Freya Simons on Jun 16, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Fires are nothing to mess with. This, if nothing else, is evident to anyone who has witnessed one. And through the fear and danger associated with them, there remains a strange fascination with fire, shared by most humans. Horrible fires become famous in the way that tragedies always do. But perhaps it is good to remember them--to acknowledge the valiant efforts of the firefighters involved, and the great losses sustained by the families. 

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Topics: fire, firemen, fireman, firefighting, hot shots, 2016 fires, famous fires, fire safety

10 Hazards You're Forgetting This Safety Month

Posted by Freya Simons on Jun 9, 2016 11:30:00 AM

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Topics: safety, national safety month, safeware inc, safety month, osha

Are You Getting the Protection You Need?

Posted by Freya Simons on Jun 2, 2016 11:30:00 AM


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Topics: hazmat, ppe, dupont, tyvek vs micromax, lakeland, tyvek, chemical protective clothing, hazmat suits, micromax, dupont vs lakeland, does my ppe protect me?, are you really safe?

3 Ways to Celebrate Police Week

Posted by Freya Simons on May 19, 2016 11:56:32 AM

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Topics: safety, law enforcement, police officers, officer, LE, national police week, police, police week

US Dept. of Labor: Heat Exposure Guide 

Occupational Heat Exposure is serious business. Hundreds of people suffer from overexposure every summer, but avoiding it is easy! Protect yourself with the appropriate clothing.

Occupational Heat Exposure Guide from the US Department of Labor

https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/heatstress/

Workplace Safety and Health Topics - NIOSH Fast Facts
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/coldstress/

 

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