Smart/Dumb Safety

By: Terry L. Mathis Founder and CEO of ProAct Safety   For many years now, business and safety consultants have urged organizations to develop SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely) goals. Goals with these characteristics tend to not only motivate effort and get accomplished more often, but also tend to do more good once attained. Just…… Continue reading Smart/Dumb Safety

National Heatstroke Prevention Day

NEWS RELEASE KidsAndCars.org  Contacts: Janette Fennell,  484-278-4641, cell 415-336-9279, or  Janette@KidsAndCars.org  Susan Auriemma, 516-721-2664 or  Susan@KidsAndCars.org Susan Pepperdine, 913-262-7414, cell 913-205-5304 or  Susan@pepperdinepr.com   Parents and safety advocates urge action by U.S. DOT to prevent hot car tragedies July 31 is National Heatstroke Prevention Day; be sure to Look Before You Lock   July 28, 2017…… Continue reading National Heatstroke Prevention Day

National Safety Month / Week 1

I was reading an email this morning at work and wanted to share a quote from Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot – “-safety does not end when we clock out for the day — safety is a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week project. I don’t want you to be safe just at work, but in every aspect of your life,…… Continue reading National Safety Month / Week 1

Electric ranges recalled after electrocution

(RNN) – A plumber’s electrocution has prompted the recall of thousands of electric ranges. Consumers are urged to immediately stop using about 6,300 Blomberg and Summit brand freestanding electric ranges, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a statement Friday. “The electric ranges can become energized because a screw was not installed to secure…… Continue reading Electric ranges recalled after electrocution