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Confessions of an insomniac.

March 20, 2015

“And miles to go before I sleep.” By Angela Unsworth I don’t know about you, but I used to have a hard time getting up and moving on Mondays. It was a combination of staying up too late on the weekend and sleeping in during the day. The 6 a.m. alarm just seemed so much […]

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Commuting, safety and you

July 10, 2012

By Lindsey MacDonald and Matt King We’ve said this before, but we’ll say it again: workplace safety is important. Some (read: we) might even say it’s paramount to the success of any business or occupation. And so, for over a year, the Heads Up team has aimed to bring that to the foreground, offering safety […]

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Your six safety stories…

March 2, 2012

By Matt King These weekly news wrap-ups often end with a couple notes about those who passed away of workplace injuries and accidents during that particular week. This week is no different. We at Heads Up like to make jokes sometimes, write entire blog posts about Twilight or some fun Valentine’s Day cards, but please […]

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Secrecy and safety… Your six safety stories!

February 17, 2012

By Matt King I wonder sometimes what the safety rules are for secret agents. When you watch spy movies, they always do death-defying stunts, things you just know can’t happen in the real world without serious consequences. So I wonder, what sort of safety training would a super spy get, if any? Did James Bond […]

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Putting safety first, not last… Your six safety stories!

November 25, 2011

Have you ever watched much in the way of silent films? I was watching an old Harold Lloyd silent comedy the other day, called Safety Last! It’s from 1923, almost a century ago. It’s about a young man who heads to the big city. He wants to get a job and become successful so he […]

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