7 Tips for Keeping Young Workers Safe

7 Tips for Keeping Young Workers Safe

Ice cream shops, beaches and pools, amusement and water parks – all of these settings and more hire young employees during their busy summer seasons. Young workers are most commonly hired in the summer, with July being peak employment month. Employers should do...
Fire Safety 101 For Businesses

Fire Safety 101 For Businesses

Today is Friday the 13th – notorious for being the unluckiest possible date, and what could be more unlucky than a fire at your business? An uncontrolled fire can be extremely damaging and costly to any organization, and while a fire protection system may be...
World Password Day – How To Protect Yourself Online

World Password Day – How To Protect Yourself Online

Did you know that a common way criminals guess passwords is through social media posting? On Facebook, it’s common to see posts encouraging comments from users such as: “My grandmother’s name was Eunice. Comment your grandmother’s name to see...
Spring Storm Tips for Businesses

Spring Storm Tips for Businesses

Spring can bring sunshine, flowers and make us all feel alive again as the cold weather (slowly) moves away, but it can also bring about some of the year’s most dangerous weather and wreak havoc on many aspects of a company’s operations. Here are some spring storm...
Hand tool safety at home and at work

Hand tool safety at home and at work

March is creeping in slowly and the winter weather is finally (sort of) starting to break. The snow is beginning to melt which means that we all have a few projects we’d like to get done before the sweltering summer heat begins. Additionally, quite a few professions...