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Archive for December 2013

Heads Up: A Safety Carol – Chapter 4

December 20, 2013

By Lauren Smith What will the Ghost of Safety Future show Eric Tulkinghorn? When will Eric Tulkinghorn finally understand the importance of workplace safety? Will Eric Tulkinghorn ever change out of his pyjamas? So many unanswered questions will be resolved in the last chapter of A Safety Carol… Last week we saw how Eric’s lack […]

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Safety in the news: ‘Tis the season for some safety stories!

December 17, 2013

By Calissa Reid December has been filled with big safety stories. The snowfall and colder temperatures bring safety scares every year.  Here at Heads Up, we have some big news as well. We’ve got a holiday themed four-part video series for you to enjoy, Heads Up: A Safety Carol. Check out our YouTube channel to […]

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Heads Up: A Safety Carol – Chapter 3

December 13, 2013

By Theresa Trant Eric Tulkinghorn’s journey continues. You met Eric Tulkinghorn in chapter 1. He is a young worker with a new job who decides to skip out on his safety training. Later that night he is confronted about his lack of concern for safety by an unexpected guest. Chapter 2 saw Eric travel back […]

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Heads Up: A Safety Carol – Chapter 2

December 6, 2013

By Melissa Babcock It’s a classic story, told with a twist. A safety twist! Last week, we at Heads Up officially launched our new four-part video series, just in time for the holidays. A Safety Carol is based on the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol and much like Ebenezer Scrooge, the protagonist of our […]

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How to make your table saw safe (and keep your fingers attached)

December 3, 2013

By Scott Price (guest blogger) Table saws make the lives of woodworkers everywhere easier through a remarkable range of uses. Unfortunately, at woodworking sites and lumber yards around the country, they also endanger a staggering number of both experienced and inexperienced users because of improper use. The National Electronic Injury Surveillance System attributes 720,000 injuries […]

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