As September comes to an end, it wraps up with National Preparedness Month. This is a national campaign dealing with an actual disaster.
Based on national statistics, approximately 30,000 people will die in vehicular accidents this year, with many of those accidents involving teenage drivers. Auto accidents are the leading cause of death amongst 15-20 year olds.
Imagine this. You’re hosting your company’s first 5K. As you’re reviewing your marathon’s medical plan, or assessing your event safety needs, the last thing you want think about is people getting hurt. The good news is, the average safety preparedness company does - so you don’t have to.
-A Blog by CEO, Chris Joffe
Mylan, the maker of EpiPens, made headlines in August 2016 for the increased pricing of the most popular medication delivery device sold to treat anaphylaxis. With one in thirteen children in the United States having some type of allergy, and an increase in the number of elderly with allergies, the need for EpiPens continues to increase.
Last month I was visiting my parents in Texas. My mother asked me if I could pick up my nephew from school and of course I w happy to oblige. I wandered around but could not find the office. At least four of the school's staff noticed me from a distance, at this point I was in the middle of campus and then only when I asked for help did I get noticed.
-A Blog Post by Will Brown, Regional Response Manager