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According to statistics from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children between ages 1 and 4.
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More Than 100 Installations of DynAMo(TM) Alarm Suite Helping Process Industry Facilities and Pipelines Worldwide Detect Critical Situations Amid A Flood of Daily Alarms HOUSTON, Oct.
Medgate will host a webinar on safety culture on October 22, 11am - 12pm EDT, hosted by Shannon Crinklaw CRSP, CHRP. (PRWEB) September 30, 2014 Medgate
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Bahel to Support the Integrated Systems Group within the National Security Sector RESTON, Va., Sept.
McCann Security's cyber and physical security systems provide clients with cutting-edge security systems to protect both cyber and physical assets. Houston,
In partnership with e-Training, RedVector is now offering HAZWOPER training courses for workers involved with the storage, treatment, cleanup or disposal of hazardous substances. Tampa,
With the start of summer upon us, we start thinking of things to do on the weekend and how to keep the kids busy. Here are a few things that may just help accomplish that and also to stay safe during this summer. #1 Weather is always a big player in whichever season it maybe, but the summer is a when the United States experiences some of its most severe weather such as Tornadoes and Hurricanes. The best tip for this is to be prepared. If the National Weather Service issues a watch or...
Sunglasses are protective eyewear designed to shield the eyes from damaging or discomforting sunlight and high-energy light. They can also work as a visual aid. The ultraviolet radiation from the sun can cause several serious eye problems and many healthcare professionals recommend eye protection. However, since the 1940s sunglasses have been associated with celebrities more so than eye protection. James Ayscough experimented with tinted lenses in the mid-18th century although they were...