Throughout history, air pollution has been a problem. Not only smog but fumes from excessive coal use in households as well as dirty air released from manufacturing, mining and increased emissions from industrial processes. Respirators were invented. Londoners even coined a phrase, “pea-soupers,” because, since the 14th Century, London has been affected by thick smog. Read More
Mental and physical health problems are more prominent in prison populations in comparison to the general public. On average, inmates have significantly higher rates of chronic diseases and illnesses such as hypertension, asthma, arthritis, cervical cancer, and hepatitis (Binswanger, Krueger, & Steiner, 2009). Furthermore, mental healthcare problems are consistently more prevalent in prison populations. The Read More
Confidence in the workplace is key to success. So, how do we have the confidence we need? Especially when you are still new to the business. This blog will help you to get on track.
The Spineboard In the beginning Before we can talk about the evolution of something, it is imperative we understand what that thing is all about. So what is a spineboard? A spine board (or backboard) refers to a patient handling device used in pre-hospital trauma care, specifically to provide rigid movement for patients with suspected Read More
What is silica dust? Silica is among the most common elements that occur naturally on the planet. The mineral is found in most materials common on construction sites. This includes soil, sand, on concrete, rocks, granite, masonry, and landscaping materials. When these materials are disturbed, it will create the silica dust. Types of disturbance can be, Read More