Newsletter: Beat The Heat

June 1, 2022

When a child dies in a hot car, the No. 1 question is: How could this happen? But do you know what the safety implication is at your workplace? How Do We Beat The Heat? Before you answer that, know this: About one-quarter of hot car deaths involving kids occur at a place of work (office building parking lot, daycare center, grocery store lot, etc.)

Research shows more than half of kids who die in hot cars are left behind by a parent or caregiver. Often, distraction is a contributing factor, particularly if the morning drop-off routine is disrupted. There are steps you can take to protect your employees and their loved ones:

At a time of year when the temperature is climbing, this is your chance to reinforce the ideal that everyone plays a role in safety and safety is for everyone, both on and off the job.

Know Safety, No Crashes: Safety Recall!

July 1, 2022

The last two years have been difficult for everyone, but with life returning to some semblance of normal, more people are traveling. It’s time for your summer road trip! You work through a checklist to make sure you are ready. All the essentials are packed, and then you remember, “I need to check the car.” […]

Read More

Know Safety, No Crashes: America’s Birthday

June 29, 2022

As we prepare to celebrate America’s birthday and our independence from the pandemic that has altered our lives for so long, we also should think about how to best shape our new path forward. We all will be making choices in the coming days pertaining to Fourth of July celebrations. Will you go to the […]

Read More
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/record-a-meeting-in-teams-34dfbe7f-b07d-4a27-b4c6-de62f1348c24#bkmk_recordmeetingorcall

Know Safety, No Crashes: Impaired Behavior

June 25, 2022

Several years ago while driving home, I looked in my rearview mirror and noticed a vehicle coming up on me at a high rate of speed. Noticing that I was on a highway with a paved shoulder, I immediately moved over to let the vehicle pass. Shortly after, I felt the impact of that vehicle […]

Read More