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Steelers’ linebacker’s James Harrison’s hit nearly decapitated Cleveland receiver Mohammed Massaquoi.
Falcons’ cornerback Dunta Robinson’s violent shoulder blow to the head of Eagles’ wide receiver De Sean Jackson left both players dazed and sprawled on the turf.
Patriots’ safety Brandon Meriweather launched himself head-first like a missile at the head of Ravens’ tight end Todd Heap. [...]
You’ve probably heard about seasonal affective disorder (SAD), wintertime depression and fatigue triggered by reduced hours of daylight. The disorder affects about five percent of the population and can be extremely debilitating if left untreated. However, tens of millions of North Americans experience early morning winter tiredness, without depression, and that [...]
The proposed new OSHA I2P2 Standard – now taking final shape – will dramatically change the way you manage your organization’s injury and illness prevention program.
Join us on October 29th for a critical new webinar, What You Need to Know NOW About the New OSHA I2P2 Standard.
Janine Landow-Esser and Fred Gants, highly-recognized [...]
The crash of a Lear J-410 Turbojet in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Aug. 20, 2010 has been blamed on an undeclared passenger–a crocodile.
Twenty people on board died, but one passenger who survived the jet’s crash into an empty house told investigators that another passenger had hidden a crocodile in a sports bag .
A few weeks ago, Chicago Cubs’ rookie outfielder Tyler Colvin was almost killed when a wooden spear that was once the top of a teammate’s maple bat impaled him in the chest as he stood on third base.
The maple bat is a menace. Unlike bats made of softer ash, the maple [...]
OSHA is getting ready to adopt a rule requiring employers to implement a written illness and injury program. Such programs are already required by Cal-OSHA. And in Canada, implementation of an OHS program is required by the OHS laws of many provinces and by the seminal Supreme Court of Canada Sault [...]
Where I live, the temperatures are dropping. The daytime highs are in the single digits (Celsius) and the nights are even cooler. And it’s not the kind of cool that’s good for sleeping. It’s the kind of cool that means you need to “heat it up.” It’s the dreaded heating season. And it’s a season [...]
Your family’s safety this winter could depend on the condition of your heating equipment. Someone must be responsible to ensure the furnace, and for that matter the entire heating system, is working safely, effectively and efficiently.
If in doubt, always use the service of a licensed gas contractor before the heating season begins. They may also [...]
Great resume writing is all about differentiating yourself from the others competing for the job. The purpose of a resume is to showcase what you have to offer, align it with the imperatives of your target job and present it all in a concise, vivid and compelling package that will get you noticed. If your [...]
Keep job descriptions in the “Professional Experience” section short and load them with relevant key words.
Replace trite phrases like “responsible for” with robust action verbs like “managed” or “led.”
Limit your career history to the last 10 to 15 years.
Use white space to make your brand statement pop.
Add a graphic box listing your key areas of [...]
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