Monthly Archives: July 2012

Improving Safety in the Workplace

Safety cannot be mandated it must be taught.  If you ask any CEO or leader of an organization they will gladly tell you of their desire for a safe environment.  However, if you look at their training budget or how much … Continue reading

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Free Consultations Provided

Many organizations do not have an emergency plan because they do not understand the how their organizations will benefit from the planning process.  Organizational leaders clearly do not understand the planning process and should realize that asking questions of a consultant … Continue reading

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Walk Don’t Run To The Nearest Exit

You’ve heard it before, “In case of an emergency walk don’t run to the nearest exit.”  Study after study indicate that this is hardly the problem in times of trouble.  People just don’t want to leave when the alarm sounds.  … Continue reading

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2010 Fire Facts

In 2010, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,331,500 fires. These fires caused 3,120 civilian deaths and 17,720 civilian injuries.   These 2010 fire statistics are projections derived from NFPA’s annual fire department survey. The 2,650 departments that did respond to the … Continue reading

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Starting A Daycare – Where to Begin?

I know what you are thinking, “I love children and I know how to care for them” what more do I need to know?  There is no doubt you are capable, God himself entrusts you with the ability as evidenced … Continue reading

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