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Top Holiday Hazards

It is common knowledge that more accidents occur during the holiday season than any other time of the year. The best way to prevent an injury is to learn what the most common reasons are that bring a person into the ER.Car AccidentsCar accidents this time of year are extremely dangerous due to weather conditions and a higher-percentage of intoxicated drivers on the road than usual. Avoid driving in hazardous weather conditions when possible and winterize your vehicle before traveling. Above all…See More
Dec 18, 2009
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Safety experts reveal the most dangerous toys of 2009.

With safety concerns about America’s hottest toy, Zhu Zhu Pets, being debunked many are left wondering exactly which toys are unsafe to buy this Christmas? Luckily two consumer safety groups have made a list to help parents buy only safe presents for their children this year.According to W.A.T.C.H. (World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc.), these are the “10 Worst Toys” of 2009:1. Disney-Pixar WALL-E Foam Rocket Launcher2. Moon Board Pogo Board3. Curious Baby Curious George Counting – My First…See More
Dec 17, 2009
SafetySkills added a discussion to the group e-Learning
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Driving in a Winter Wonderland

Loved ones coming together is what the holidays are all about, but first you have to get there. This holiday season is expected to receive more travel on the roads than in previous years due to the recession, which means that more safety measures need to be taken to avoid accidents. SafetySkills™ is providing these safe driving tips:• Know the weather conditions and how to drive in them.75 percent of all winter weather related deaths can be attributed to driving in dangerous weather conditions.…See More
Dec 16, 2009
SafetySkills added a discussion to the group Automotive
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Driving in a Winter Wonderland

Loved ones coming together is what the holidays are all about, but first you have to get there. This holiday season is expected to receive more travel on the roads than in previous years due to the recession, which means that more safety measures need to be taken to avoid accidents. SafetySkills™ is providing these safe driving tips:• Know the weather conditions and how to drive in them.75 percent of all winter weather related deaths can be attributed to driving in dangerous weather conditions.…See More
Dec 16, 2009
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SafetySkills added a discussion to the group Food
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Don’t Let Your Holiday Go Up in Flames.

Safety in the kitchen will save a perfect holiday dinner from ending with the fire department hosing down your Christmas ham. Kitchen fires are a major concern during the holidays and some simple safety tips could prevent a Christmas disaster.Stay in the kitchen while food is cooking.Leaving cooking food unattended is the number 1 cause of kitchen fires.Keep cloth items away from heat sources.Wearing long sleeves while cooking and leaving potholders and dishtowels lying near the stove are great…See More
Dec 15, 2009
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SafetySkills added a discussion to the group Certification and Training
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Violence in the Workplace is Taking a Deadly Toll

These past few days have been horrific across the U.S. The stunning tragedy at Fort Hood claiming the lives of 13 people along with many injured, and then today’s workplace shooting in Orlando. All that seems to come to mind is, what is wrong with people today and why is it that signs of danger get ignored until it is too late?In Fort Hood, Texas on Nov. 5 at 1:30 p.m. suspected shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, gunned down the very soldiers who he was there to help. 13 have…See More
Nov 12, 2009
SafetySkills posted a blog post

Violence in the Workplace is Taking its Toll

These past few days have been horrific across the U.S. The stunning tragedy at Fort Hood claiming the lives of 13 people along with many injured, and then today’s workplace shooting in Orlando. All that seems to come to mind is, what is wrong with people today and why is it that signs of danger get ignored until it is too late?In Fort Hood, Texas on Nov. 5 at 1:30 p.m. suspected shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, gunned down the very soldiers who he was there to help. 13 have…See More
Nov 12, 2009
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Is diversity awareness important in business?

It is easy to say that diversity awareness is a hot topic for 2009 and employers should take this October, Diversity Awareness Month, as an opportunity to share this with employees. With the appointment of Sonya Sotomayor to the Supreme Court and the recent Crowley/Gates controversy, the entire nation has become aware of how important it is to understand each others’ differences. No place needs to be knowledgeable of this more than the workplace. SafetySkills™ Diversity in the Workplace course…See More
Oct 9, 2009
SafetySkills added a discussion to the group K12 Public Education
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Teach trick-or-treaters their SafetySkills.

Halloween is one of the most beloved holidays by children, but also one of the most dangerous. Everyone has heard of the many real-life horror stories that could have been avoided if the proper safety precautions were taken. To ensure that trick-or-treaters experience the fun of Halloween without injury, SafetySkills™ has decided to offer its Halloween Safety course to the public at no charge at…See More
Sep 9, 2009
SafetySkills added a discussion to the group Disaster Preparedness and Response
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Is your business prepared for the unexpected?

How well would your business fair if the unexpected occurred today? September is National Preparedness Month and employers are encouraged to make a plan to avoid issues that could affect their businesses in the event of a disaster. Unfortunately, due to the current economic strains companies are enduring, many businesses are cutting corners on safety. To help employers with their financial security, SafetySkills™ Emergency Response Series is available at a 20 percent discount all month…See More
Sep 3, 2009
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Disaster Preparedness and Response

All realms of disaster preparedness and response such as weather related, homeland security, illnesses and diseases regardless of type or region. Hint and tips are very welcome. Come, share with others on the best way to make a bad situation betterSee More
Sep 3, 2009
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Ted Kennedy – Missing a Champion of Safety

There are few families that have impacted the American people as much as the Kennedys. Through politics, activism, fashion, controversy and tragedy, one thing that everyone can agree upon is that this family name will be remembered. The latest tragic end has fallen upon Senator Edward M. Kennedy who died at the age of 77 on August 25th.Kennedy spent over 3 decades of his life in the U.S. Senate and among his many contributions (over 2,500 bills), one of his passions was creating a safer…See More
Aug 27, 2009
SafetySkills added a discussion to the group K12 Public Education
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Should swine flu be on your back to school supply list?

Experts say that the H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu, could make a comeback when kids head back to school, leaving parents to worry about their children’s health. In light of these mounting concerns, SafetySkills™ has decided to offer their Flu Symptoms and Prevention Strategies course to the public at no charge at www.safetyskills.com.“Parents need to feel confident that their children are safe and will not be exposed to this disease,” said Trey…See More
Aug 12, 2009
SafetySkills added a discussion to the group SAFETY CAMPUS - Online Safety Training & Certification
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Swine flu may make a comeback when children head back to school.

Experts say that the H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu, could make a comeback when kids head back to school, leaving parents to worry about their children’s health. In light of these mounting concerns, SafetySkills™ has decided to offer their Flu Symptoms and Prevention Strategies course to the public at no charge at www.safetyskills.com.“Parents need to feel confident that their children are safe and will not be exposed to this disease,” said Trey…See More
Aug 12, 2009

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Top Holiday Hazards

It is common knowledge that more accidents occur during the holiday season than any other time of the year. The best way to prevent an injury is to learn what the most common reasons are that bring a person into the ER.



Car Accidents

Car accidents this time of year are extremely dangerous due to weather conditions and a higher-percentage of intoxicated drivers on the road than usual. Avoid driving in hazardous weather conditions when possible and winterize your vehicle before… Continue

Posted on December 18, 2009 at 11:30am

Violence in the Workplace is Taking its Toll

These past few days have been horrific across the U.S. The stunning tragedy at Fort Hood claiming the lives of 13 people along with many injured, and then today’s workplace shooting in Orlando. All that seems to come to mind is, what is wrong with people today and why is it that signs of danger get ignored until it is too late?



In Fort Hood, Texas on Nov. 5 at 1:30 p.m. suspected shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, gunned down the very soldiers who he was there to… Continue

Posted on November 12, 2009 at 11:30am — 4 Comments

Is diversity awareness important in business?

It is easy to say that diversity awareness is a hot topic for 2009 and employers should take this October, Diversity Awareness Month, as an opportunity to share this with employees. With the appointment of Sonya Sotomayor to the Supreme Court and the recent Crowley/Gates controversy, the entire nation has become aware of how important it is to understand each others’ differences. No place needs to be knowledgeable of this more than the workplace. SafetySkills™ Diversity in the Workplace course… Continue

Posted on October 9, 2009 at 11:04am

Ted Kennedy – Missing a Champion of Safety

There are few families that have impacted the American people as much as the Kennedys. Through politics, activism, fashion, controversy and tragedy, one thing that everyone can agree upon is that this family name will be remembered. The latest tragic end has fallen upon Senator Edward M. Kennedy who died at the age of 77 on August 25th.



Kennedy spent over 3 decades of his life in the U.S. Senate and among his many contributions (over 2,500 bills), one of his passions was creating a… Continue

Posted on August 27, 2009 at 3:39pm — 1 Comment

Fire Safety in a Nutshell

Now I remember learning about fire safety as a child in school, but for some reason those lessons are not always retained. Luckily, Candace Quinn's new book I Survived a House Fire...I Wish My Stuff Had is a great reminder of a luxury we all take for granted. Here is a quick and simple recap of fire safety from her book, fireSafety.gov and SafetySkills Basic Fire Safety course.



1. Smoke Alarms



Smoke alarms are the simpliest, easiest and most effective way to save lives in… Continue

Posted on July 30, 2009 at 2:09pm

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Noodlestream, welcome to the Online Safety Community. I look forward to networking with you.
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Noodlestream, welcome to the safety community. It is a wonderful network full of information with all the forums, blogs and groups. I invite you to join our ergonomics group which i am the team leader. We look forward to sharing and gaining from your safety experience. Again welcome
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