All you DIY's that do home repairs, decorations, etc. Ladder safety at home is a thing to remember. Here are some safety tips when using a ladder at home:
Talk to tour family about safety. Engaging your spouse in safety conversations is fun and very productive. It drives a safety culture that is valuable to them everywhere they go. These conversations also create a team feeling to look after each other. You can leverage all the training you receive at work.
We are all "addicted" to our mobile devices in one way or another. There are two health/safety issues, among many others, that are pet peeves of mine:
I recently became aware of an activity called "noodling" that is popular in Oklahoma. Sounded awesomely strange to me.
Many of us will be spending time at the beach this summer. One pf the dangers in the surf is riptides. They are currents that form at the beach and flow away from the beach. They are caused by multiple factors and can appear suddenly.
I recently had to replace a battery in a car. A routine thing and one of the very few mechanical operations I can manage. I have long realized that there is risk in doing this but for the first time I actually did a safety review of the operation and I ran across this snippet on the web:
Injuries are now the number 3 causes of death in the US. Just a reminder to all of us that a Total Safety Culture is necessary for Safety to take hold in or lives. One cannot be only safe at work or at home. One needs to be always safe. The attached article illustrates this very well
Automobile and deer collisions are a frequent but dangerous event on US roads they are devastating to the deer pf course but can also be lethal for drivers. Here are some pointers to reduce your chances of hitting a deer
PRODUCTS OF DISTILLATION