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What makes a Great Safety Presentation?

Thinking back to presentations that I’ve witnessed I feel all of the following components are true of the best presentations. It has to be memorable. The idea of any presentation is to assist you in your in thinking about something. Maybe it’s a new approach that you haven’t thought of or it could be reinforcing methods you […]

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Complacency – A Natural Human Tendency?

Dictionary.com defines com·pla·cen·cy [kuhm-pley-suhn-see] as a feeling of quiet pleasure or security, often while unaware of some potential danger, defect, or the like; self-satisfaction or smug satisfaction with an existing situation or condition. With the Canadian federal election around the corner it has been mentioned numerous times that Canadians show complacency by not getting out […]

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Prairie Sandbagging

Along with the election talk a big topic on the Prairies is sandbagging and flood preparation. After a very wet 2010 people want to prepare for what 2011 has in store as the snow begins to melt and waters begin to rise. Sandbagging is a temporary preventative measure that helps to combat the rise of […]

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