Entries by Lisette Rodriguez

First Aid Preparedness — Having trained personnel ready and willing to render first aid will reassure other co-workers and make them feel safer themselves.

An OSHA enforcement case announced in December 2016 is a good example of the kind of worker injury where a co-worker might have to respond quickly with first aid assistance. The agency proposed $274,934 in penalties against an Ohio plastics manufacturer after a pneumatic bench cutter severed a 27-year-old employee’s finger as she cut rubber […]

THIS HEART MONTH JOIN US FOR THE 8TH ANNUAL TOUR DE BROWARD THIS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2017 AT MIRAMAR REGIONAL PARK – PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT JDCH HEART INSTITUTE AND OTHER PROGRAMS

Thousands gather at Miramar Regional Park united by one common cause — to support Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital (JDCH). The need is greater than ever to raise funds for South Broward’s only pediatric hospital, which has become the leading children’s hospital in Broward and Palm Beach Counties. In 2016, JDCH cared for more than 61,000 […]

We’re going to the 2017 Golf Industry Show, see you there!

Join us at this year’s Golf Industry Show. This conference is the largest education event in the industry and covers all aspects of golf course management, including agronomics, environmental management, communications, leadership and business management. There are many seminars to attend and the trade show has hundreds of exhibitors spanning thousands of square feet of exhibit space. […]

February is Heart Month!

Today marks the first day of Heart Month! Heart Month will run from Feb 1 — 28, 2017. Check back daily for exciting news and event information.         Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American adults, accounting for 1 in 4 deaths in the United States. Nearly half of Americans […]

Texas Police Officer Uses CPR to Save 3-Year-Old Boy, Dramatic Save Story Caught on Dash-Cam Video – ABC News Today

Granbury, Texas, police officer, Chase Miller, was recently recognized by city officials for using CPR to save a 3-year-old boy. On Oct. 12, Officer Miller responded to a 911 call requesting help at a Kentucky Fried Chicken for a little boy who was not breathing and unresponsive. Dash-cam footage from Miller’s vehicle showed him pulling into […]