A formal EAP is structured to help employees with personal and/or work-related problems that impact job performance, health, and mental/emotional well-being.
The number of fatal crashes decreases in winter, but the number of property damage and non-fatal crashes increases. By anticipating what you might encounter, you may be able decrease risk.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse issues an updated fact sheet regarding such drugs in January of this year.
To create a workplace that fosters information sharing, we must eliminate the four "don't be these ways": bad manners, bullying, burnout and blues.
An astounding 37% of the respondents contemplated suicide.
The NAEMT Safety Course contains information that may serve as a basis for developing tool suitable for self-assessment or use by a manager.
Serious issues regarding over the counter drugs (OCTs) have arisen. This article contains suggestions on how to use OTCs more safely.
It is estimated that Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) is currently in use by 4.1% of EMS agencies and 21.7% are considering implementation.
Nine essential elements for driver safety programs.
A glimpse into data security, and some concrete suggestions to help you do your job even better.