Toddlers mispronounce many a word while first developing speech, and larger words like "feridgerator" or "breakfixt" are personal favorites of mine. As well is "fire stranger." This one may not jump out at you, but even though as an adult you can now pronounce "fire extinguisher" the statistics show you still can't use one. They're everywhere right?! As they should be, since international fire statistics show that 95% of all fires are found to be extinguishable if the correct
Do you follow a field of dreams mentality, “If you stock it they will come”? Hoping that by just having the inventory available someone will buy it? Or do you try a minimalist approach, stock the bare necessities, and everything else is special order? We are continually challenged to provide better customer service, while at the same time reducing costs. When talking about inventory, improving customer service usually means improving order fill rates and on time deliveries.
Keeping on topic with ASW’s focus on National Safety Month, I wanted to expand on a recent article that the ASW team discussed this week. The article, “Seeing Safety in a New Way,” was featured in Safety + Health, a publication by the National Safety Council Congress & Expo (click here to access). In summary, the article stressed the important role visual literacy can play in cutting through the “noise” that compounds our ability to identify hazards, perceived risks, and open
We are all asked on a daily basis the same question: "How are you?" My response is always the same: "Living the Dream!"
This response evokes a wide range of reactions from people. Some laugh, some look confused, and some say something similar like "yeah, me too."
Why do I always respond the same way? It is simple. I have been an ER nurse for almost 15 years. I have seen a variety of crazy things in my career as a nurse. Years ago while going through some personal issues