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Guide to Crisis Management

While it is impossible to anticipate every event, you can develop a framework for responding to crises that may increase the likelihood of a good outcome.

Fire safety for barns -are your prepared?

Measures you can take to prevent fires or lessen their impact.

Best practice-avoid wire fraud

You probably know someone who has had their email account compromised. Once this occurs, the information stored in the email account is no longer private or secure.

Do blogs put your facility at risk?

Blogs have emerged as a popular vehicle to promote facility programs and achievements. However, blogs can backfire, leaving your facility at risk for liability.

Drive cautiously on wet roads

Wet pavement from the rainy weather of autumn and winter presents adverse driving conditions that account for 60 percent of all weather related fatalities

Museums - packing and shipping

Common sense is the single most important attribute to minimize risk.

Tired of fatigue?

Sleep deprivation issues are not confined to EMS. It is estimated that 20% of the workforce has irregular, rotating, or unstable shifts.

Vacation time

Planning a safe vacation should be done well in advance of travel. This includes not only the vehicle that transports us to our vacation spot, but the safety and security of our unattended homes.

Winter driving - skids

One of the most terrifying experiences in winter driving is the skid. Good drivers know the hazards of winter driving, but should be reminded about the danger of skidding when speed is too high.

OSHA’s bloodborne pathogens standards: A school’s responsibility for compliance 

Get tips for keeping your staff and your students safe from blood borne pathogens with this important information from Markel Specialty.

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