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We’re in the final countdown for our HSI International Conference, April 29 – May 1 in Nashville. We have some amazing sessions planned for you and can’t wait to see everyone at the Sheraton Music City next week. Here’s just a taste of what you can expect:
Whether you are an instructor who’s regularly in front of a class or simply have to do a presentation at your next company department meeting, here’s some food for thought to make your talk effective and engaging.
A very special thank you to all the sponsors of our upcoming 2015 HSI International Conference, April 29 – May 1 in Nashville. These industry leaders, representatives, and vendors will be at the heart of the conference, making our exhibit hall a must-visit destination for our conference attendees.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) have marked April as the month to raise awareness for alcohol abuse, with the National Safety Council also recognizing April as Distracted Driving Month. These are important topics to cover not only in your personal life, but also in the workplace.
With a new GHS deadline coming up in a couple of months, this topic is being talked about a lot – especially since it covers over 43 million workers who produce or handle hazardous chemicals in more than five million workplaces across the country. And we are no exception.
We’ve expanded the 24-7 EMS library with six new continuing education courses.
Pay Attention to Electrical Safety and Check out Summit’s NEW NFPA 70E Program
Those of you who attended our last HSI International Conference in San Antonio will probably recall filling out a survey afterwards and sending us some suggestions on how we can make our future conferences even bigger and better.
From typical lower backaches all the way to the sharp pain of an accident-induced case of whiplash; head, neck, and back injuries are never a good time. Today’s blog post explores some training you can implement in your workplace to prevent these types of injuries, as well as what to do when faced with a potentially serious injury.