By Angela Unsworth Renee’s scar is a constant reminder of what it means to be safe at work. On a Friday night shift at Cargill Canada—and only 20 years old at the time—she was chopping meat products when the knife she was using slipped from her hand. As she reached out to catch it, the […]
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Coping with stress; your excuse to eat chocolate.
By Angela Unsworth During the summertime, we’re caught up in many different activities that take us outside to enjoy the long awaited sunshine. For myself, I put a harness on my cat, attach a leash and take her for walks outside. As I was walking the other day, I pulled out my phone to take […]
By Angela Unsworth Recently, I spent some time at Lake Louise for a writer’s retreat and was fortunate to have amazing weather for the duration of my time out there. I spent many hours lounging on a rocky island in the middle of a creek, laptop open and hands furiously typing away…and with the hot […]
By Angela Unsworth Over here at Heads Up, being safe at work is usually top of mind. But, just like Melissa—who wrote in her post about this last week—when I was younger, safety at work was not the first thing I thought about. Now, I try to stay up-to-date about workplace safety and I’m frequently checking […]