“Stop, Think, Prevent” – “A New Workplace Safety Campaign Is Emerging” @StopThinkPrevnt

By: Marko Karr, CHST - "Stop, Think, Prevent" Program Author & Owner One is Too Many! I found myself thinking this today... In May of 2016, I proudly posted on LinkedIn how my company honored the National OSHA Stand Down Week for Fall Prevention. We are committed to reducing falls and improving the industry. The … Continue reading “Stop, Think, Prevent” – “A New Workplace Safety Campaign Is Emerging” @StopThinkPrevnt

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Texting And Walking – Maybe This Is A Solution?

  Seeing Eye People are a safe and practical solution for those people that insist on texting and walking at the same time. City Transportation departments could easily fund this venture with their excess revenue and make a significant dent in unemployment. Graduating college students could start off as interns and advance into a full … Continue reading Texting And Walking – Maybe This Is A Solution?

What Can Happen With A Distracted Driver – Caution: Graphic Video

This video seems to have a viral history across the internet and I'm told this occurred on a highway in Russia. None the less, watch the vehicle directly ahead of the vehicle filming this.  While we don't know the cause of the vehicle losing control.... for obvious reasons, this should be  a warning to us … Continue reading What Can Happen With A Distracted Driver – Caution: Graphic Video

The Crazy Things People Do – Another Reason To Adopt, Promote & Nurture A Proactive Safety Culture!

  Note: Some Adults Are Equally At fault Too! Don't Try Any of These Stunts At Home! - Video Contains Some PG Language. The Dangerous Behaviors Foundation asked victims' parents to report choking game deaths and recorded 416 fatalities as of last September. Emergency rooms are seeing more and more teens with injuries that result … Continue reading The Crazy Things People Do – Another Reason To Adopt, Promote & Nurture A Proactive Safety Culture!

New “GDL” – Driving to Save Teenage Drivers in Illinois

By Dave Gathman dgathman@stmedianetwork.com August 27, 2011 7:50PM In 2007, 146 teenagers died in car crashes in Illinois. In 2009, that number was cut in half, to 73 teen deaths — with the same number the following year. Secretary of State Jesse White believes those “other” 73 teens per year are still alive because of … Continue reading New “GDL” – Driving to Save Teenage Drivers in Illinois