Another shooting rocked educators and the United States on Monday. This time, the shooting occurred in St. Louis, Missouri. It just so happens that I grew up in St. Louis, and my nieces and nephews reside in and go to school there. Thinking of them makes my heart bleed even more when I hear of Read more about Shooting in St. Louis exemplifies key training points[…]
The future of technology is here. Many years ago, we spoke about the future of technology at a PARMA conference. In particular, the conference focused on technology in the automobile industry, including self-driving vehicles, cars equipped with lane-assist safeguards, and the coming of the electric vehicle. Well, it seems that reality has hit home. Governor Read more about It’s time to charge up your EV policy[…]
It is easy to fall in love with new technology. A fancy gadget might provide some new capability you have never had before. An upgraded app or model could allow you to work faster. And sometimes, it just comes down to having something new and fascinating to play with. The thing is, though, these new Read more about Old technology is the key to increasing cover against active shooters[…]
Warning – Potential Offensive Content We apologize in advance for the content here. The purpose is to advise on risk management issues your agency may face. A high school teacher in Canada has received much media attention for her decision to wear attire some consider to be questionable while teaching. Kayla Lemieux of Oakville Read more about Taking control – safety, transgenderism and dress codes[…]
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If you have been listening to the media, you are fully aware of this new trend called quiet quitting. Quiet quitting is doing only what is required of you at your job and no more. Quiet quitters are only doing the bare minimum. This phenomenon has seemingly increased in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic. Read more about Quiet quitting – the new risk for public agencies[…]
You may be surprised to learn that almost every organization needs a medical surveillance program. OSHA and Cal OSHA require a number of different safety and health programs. Many of these programs require annual or triannual reviews of the employees. The purpose of these reviews is to measure the impact of particular substances or hazards Read more about Do You Need A Medical Surveillance Program?[…]