The role of management and human resources is vital before, during and after a traumatic event. Trauma may leave employees shocked, dazed and feeling that their world is spinning out of control. They need reassurance that someone is in control and that something is being done to right the world.
Summer is almost here. With you and your family spending more time outdoors, around pools and water, or in the sun, keep these important safety tips in mind to safeguard you and your family against summer hazards.
According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), lack of sleep is creating a major public safety problem in the U.S. – drowsy driving. The NSF's 2009 Sleep in America poll reports that more than one-half of adults (54%) – potentially 110 million licensed drivers – have driven when drowsy at least once in the past year.
In the United States, the blood-alcohol limit may be 0.08 percent, but no amount of alcohol seems to be safe for driving, according to a University of California, San Diego study.