Natural disasters can harm people and property, but thorough safety training can help prevent injuries and long-term operational delays.
Employers have a duty to protect their workers from threats, including fire. Find out how to develop an effective fire safety and training plan.
Exposure to heat can lead to illness, injuries and even death. Heat safety training can give workers the knowledge and tools to stay safe.
Comprehensive emergency preparedness planning can help keep people safe and mitigate the short- and long-term consequences of a crisis.
Mental health is a vital part of overall wellness and safety. Find out how to incorporate mental health support into employee training.
Protecting Houses of Worship in 2023: Grant Programs and Security Systems to Maintain Secure Worship Spaces
Many governmental agencies have issued resource pages for houses of worship to understand, assess and implement a plan for improving security.
Safety training helps employees know how to respond and stay safe during incidents of workplace violence, including active shooter situations.
Does your company, organization, school or hospital communicate via text? Many older mass notification systems rely on emails and voice calls to reach recipients, but texting offers several unique benefits that can’t be overlooked.
Protecting employees goes beyond emergency preparedness. A comprehensive safety program should include health and wellness training.
Learn how the approach to the safety of state and federal legislators has drastically changed and deserving of its own focus.