CISM is usually intended to help medical professionals in a sudden emergency. But what if the emergency lasts for months and not hours? Continue Reading How Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) training helps healthcare workers during COVID-19
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. These 12 free reports, factsheets, planners, and slide decks are a great way for you or your IT teams to think about your preparedness. Continue Reading 12 of the best, free downloads for cybersecurity planners and preparation
It’s been a rough mental health year for a lot of people. Americans who have suffered job losses or strained wages are at additional stress. So what happens when all those workers return to the workplace? Continue Reading When more people return to work, are we at a higher or lower risk of workplace violence?
Union Health in Terre Haute didn’t have a surge in cases early in COVID-19. But from March 9 to May 30, their incident command center ran 14 hours a day. Continue Reading Union Health incident command leans on disaster exercises during the pandemic
To better understand ways of communicating with someone who is upset, recognize that dementia comes in three broad phases. Continue Reading De-escalation and calming techniques for dementia sufferers
Do your doors fit and shut? When’s the last time you had a drill? Marshals and OSHA are looking at more than just your fire extinguishers. Continue Reading What to do before the fire marshal and fire inspections come
OSHA is increasing audits, inspections, and record keeping requirements. Continue Reading OSHA enacts new policies to increase inspections and enforcement, here’s what you need to know
For agencies and enterprises operating amid COVID-19, VPC is available to assist with COOP, PPE, and POD training. Continue Reading Rapid PPE training and Continuity of Operations Planning amid COVID-19
Workplaces with a culture of safety strive to get there. There are ways to make your workplace among the safest in your state, region, or the US. Continue Reading How to Become One of the Safest Places to Work
March 16 kicked off Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Despite the dire health situation surrounding COVID-19, the weather is changing in Indiana and that brings new danger. Continue Reading What happens when it storms in a week, or three and there’s a pandemic?