On January 30, President Trump signed an executive order entitled “Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs,” which targets the reduction of the number of regulations issued by the federal government. The order requires federal agencies to eliminate two regulations for each new one introduced.
February 1st marks the beginning of American Heart Month. For 53 years, the U.S. government has recognized American Heart Month as a time to raise awareness about heart health and cardiovascular disease (CVD). As the recently released statistics on heart disease and stroke indicate, CVD and Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) are still leading causes of death in the United States.
When we think about administering CPR, we probably visualize coming to the aid of an older person, or, at the very least, an adult. Today's Good Samaritan story shows the value of knowing infant CPR, which can make all the difference in the world.
Diet fads and gym memberships come and go, but a resolution for a safer 2017 for you, your family, and your workplace can yield big returns for the whole year.
To all our valued customers, thank you for all you do to make your workplaces and your communities safer.
Today’s blog post reviews the signs that a head injury may be a concussion and what the first aid provider can do to help.
For many families, holiday lights in and around the house are a beloved part of the season. If you’re in the midst of holiday decorating, please keep some electrical safety best practices in mind.
‘Tis the season….to complete and finalize your ASHI or MEDIC First Aid G2015 instructor update process!
With millions of Americans traveling more than 50 miles during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend, it’s a good time to put some best practices into play to keep your journey as safe and stress free as possible.
Thank you to our attendees, sponsors, and presenters for making Spark 2016, the HSI International Conference, such a big success.