Fireworks-Related Injuries by the Numbers
Fireworks of all types and sizes can quickly become dangerous, causing property damage, burns, injuries and even death.
Workplace Violence Prevention Training Components
Our latest blog post describes the major workplace violence prevention training components by AVERT instructors. Share the post in your networks.
National Safety Month: Workplace Fatalities and Injuries
The U.S. workforce experienced the largest number of occupational deaths in over a decade. So, it’s important to look at the data to better...
Tips for Creating a Cybersecurity Training Program
Train all employees on cybersecurity, not just IT. An effective cybersecurity training program can save millions in damages.
HSI Donesafe Releases Digital Touchless Visitor Registration App
Ensure tighter security and better tracking of all visitors to your work site via a contactless system for visitor management
News | May 26, 2021
STOP THE BLEED Day: Bleeding Control Techniques
National STOP THE BLEED Day (May 20, 2021) is a one-day call to action to save lives by training people to stop traumatic bleeding.
Nurses Month: Nurses Make a Difference
Whether they’re providing emergency or routine care, nurses make a difference in their patients’ lives and in their communities. As part of Nurses...
Bleeding Control Training | Stop the Bleed Instructor Training
Read the latest article to know about the 3 techniques to stop the bleed in case of emergency. Join our active shooter response training program today
Active Shooter Response Training for Schools Video
Our AVERT training courses teach your faculty and staff members how to react to life-threatening school shooter scenarios safely and effectively.
Best Practices for Calling 911
Every second counts during an emergency. Follow these tips from the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) when you need to call 911.
Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Workplaces
Many businesses and individuals are returning to in-person settings after over a year of navigating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fire Emergencies: Older Adults are at Increased Risk
A fire department in the US responds to a fire event every 24 seconds. Although, anyone can experience a fire, older adults are especially vulnerable.
Are you on OSHA’s COVID-19 inspection list?
OSHA and its new leadership have been busy establishing expectations for employers to mitigate and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
My Experience with Calling Poison Control
Since it’s National Poison Prevention Week, I wanted to use my own experience with calling Poison Control to help others feel more at ease...
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