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Active Shooter – When Should I Take Attendance of Our Students

Tell your school to take our Active Shooters Course. Are you a Parent? Take our Active Shooter Course designed for you. Active shooters present us with a scenario that is unlike any other in the world of emergency response. While the risk of an active shooter incident occurring in any one spot is extremely low, Read more about Active Shooter – When Should I Take Attendance of Our Students[…]

Your lack of participation kills us all

I understand why you may not want to participate in an emergency drill. I can see you feeling it’s a bit much between fire and earthquake drills and lockdown events. Perhaps you think the number of drills your school conducts is far more than needed for the risk of that emergency happening. Or, in the Read more about Your lack of participation kills us all[…]

Understanding and Managing the Big Nine Food Allergens

Welcome to another insightful episode of The Risk Control Show with Steve Wilmes and Matt Kieta. In this installment, we delve into a crucial topic that affects numerous individuals across various settings: food allergies. Join us as we explore the “Big Nine” food allergens and discuss practical strategies for managing and preventing allergic reactions. The Read more about Understanding and Managing the Big Nine Food Allergens[…]

New School Lunch Initiatives

The USDA has announced changes to its school lunch nutrition standards. The changes seek to improve children’s health by decreasing salt and sugar intake. There are proposed limits on flavored milk, cereal, grain-based desserts, and yogurt. The USDA also wants to incorporate more whole grains in the meals. According to the CDC, almost 20% of Read more about New School Lunch Initiatives[…]

Zooming for the Public Good: Protecting Agency Meetings from Disruptions

In an era of digital governance, virtual meetings have become an integral part of public agency operations. However, with the rise of remote collaboration comes the challenge of safeguarding these meetings against disruptions, particularly the notorious phenomenon known as Zoom bombing. Public agencies, dedicated to serving the community, must prioritize the security of their virtual Read more about Zooming for the Public Good: Protecting Agency Meetings from Disruptions[…]

In the Spotlight: The #1 OSHA Citation of 2023 and How to Address It

In the realm of workplace safety, staying ahead of regulatory requirements is paramount. As we navigate through 2023, it becomes crucial to shed light on the top OSHA citation that has taken the lead in citations this year. In this blog post, we’ll explore the #1 OSHA citation of 2023, unraveling its intricacies and providing Read more about In the Spotlight: The #1 OSHA Citation of 2023 and How to Address It[…]

From Blah to Bam: Supercharge Your Job Listing and Watch Quality Applicants Roll In

In the fast-paced world of recruitment, the key to success lies in crafting job listings that not only attract but captivate top-tier talent. In our latest video, “From Blah to Bam: Supercharge Your Job Listing and Watch Quality Applicants Roll In,” Steven C. Wilmes, the CEO of Wilmes, LLC, takes center stage to share invaluable Read more about From Blah to Bam: Supercharge Your Job Listing and Watch Quality Applicants Roll In[…]

The Price of Ignorance: Illegal DDT Dumping in Local Waters

Illegal dumping is defined by the EPA as “the disposal of waste in an unpermitted area, such as in the back of a yard, along a stream bank, in an alley, in a public right-of-way or at some other off-road area.” Unfortunately, people illegally dump waste in order to evade fees for hazardous substance transport/disposal Read more about The Price of Ignorance: Illegal DDT Dumping in Local Waters[…]

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