Safety in a Nutshell

Tweet If you’ve been following us for a while, this post may seem like a case of deja vu. I, Amanda, the Social Media Analyst, am leaving ACNSC and changing careers…..

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National Safety Stand-Down Week

Tweet May is a huge month for health and safety awareness. For starters, it’s Asthma Awareness Month and National Bike Month. May also includes Emergency Medical Services Week, National Safety….

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Backyard Safety

Tweet Imagine you’re sitting in your back yard, on a plush chaise lounge by the pool. It’s a nice summer Saturday, you’re completely relaxed, and you close your eyes for….

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Three Types of Distractions

Tweet April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, so we created this nifty infographic for you to share with those around you! A full size version is available for download here.

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National Youth Sports Safety Month

Tweet April, oh April. Where did you come from? The time passes so quickly, and before you know it, it’ll be June! The way I feel about the months passing is….

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Opioid Abuse and Safety

Tweet Prescription painkiller abuse has been an issue on the National Safety Council’s radar for a long time. The NSC Initiatives webpage lists prescription drug abuse as a major concern….

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Kids at Work

Tweet April 28th is basically a month away, but it’s “Bring your Kids to Work Day” according to Google. While a month may seem like a lot of time in….

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Sitting as a Health Risk

Tweet If you haven’t realized, I spend most of my days sitting in a desk. I’m not an OSHA inspector, nor am I a course instructor–I’m a social media analyst….

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#SWSC2016 Is Here!

Tweet Guess what starts tomorrow? If you said “the Southwest Safety Congress and Expo!” you’re right, and your deductive reasoning skills are pretty good. If you guessed anything else, that’s fine….

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National Nutrition Month

Tweet By March, the New Years’ Resolutions have either stuck or fallen completely to the wayside. The crowds at the gym have returned to normal (with a few new faces),….

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