The bottle of hand sanitizer on just about everyone’s desktop nowadays is a ubiquitous reminder about the presence of germs. Germs are everywhere around us and most are harmless, yet some can cause infectious disease. Fortunately, there are easy preventative measures you can take to keep those bad germs away.
The winter storm sweeping across the U.S. this week has caused some early season chaos with snarled traffic, closed schools, and frigid temperatures. And sadly, a number of deaths have also been attributed to storm-related factors, including several people who died from heart attacks while shoveling snow.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have declared November 17-23, 2014 as their annual “Get Smart About Antibiotics” week, “to raise awareness of the threat of antibiotic resistance and the importance of appropriate antibiotic prescribing and use.”
From instructional design theory to high performance CPR to using the LOOP to rev up your classes, the Professional Development for Emergency Care Trainers track at the 2015 HSI International Conference is all about the emergency care instructor. Our experts will “teach the teacher” to help you make your classes the ones your students will never forget.
Let’s talk about social media; it’s constantly changing and can sometimes be overwhelming. There are always new platforms trending and a new way to reach people, but are they all right for you and your business?
It’s not just in the winter months that workers are exposed to cold stress, but it is a lot more likely… especially in the more north and south regions of the world. Workers who are exposed to extreme cold or work in low temperature environments may be at risk of cold stress.
A full-blown business venture or just some side income? A chance to use and share your emergency care skills? Motivated by the desire to help protect and save lives?
With so many children out after dark and lots of costume parties for the adults, it’s going to be a busy, and potentially dangerous, night on the roads. A press release from the Oregon State Police shares that:
Streaming video has truly become the way we watch content now. Whether it’s Netflix at home on the big TV or YouTube snippets on your phone, streaming video is everywhere and goes everywhere you go.