Monthly Archives: September 2021

Kravis Center Takes COVID Security Measures for Next Theater Season

The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach has released its COVID-19 safety measures for the upcoming season of live performances. I have some adjustments. *** Kravis center rule: “The Kravis Center requires all staff and volunteers to be vaccinated and implements specific health and safety compliance standards for all performers and the team.” Cerabino adjustment: […]

A Quick Guide to Toy Safety

SAFETY can easily become a second consideration when purchasing toys for your children at home. When writing shopping lists kids can get very excited and they tend to bombard you too much with details and specifications of toys that you always end up putting safety aside. This should not always be the case. The Department […]

2021 Elevator Safety Guide for Building Owners and Residents

Ready for an incredible safety statistic? 17,000 people are injured each year because of elevators. It’s a tragic loss with 30 people a year dying in an elevator. Of course, we want to avoid any injury or death. But the number of elevator-related injuries and fatalities is surprisingly low, given their frequent use. There are […]

Agriculture Secretary urges residents to take food safety precautions during floods and power outages

Harrisburg – Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding today urged farmers and consumers to take precautionary food safety measures following severe flooding and power outages caused by remnants of the depression tropical Ida. “When inclement weather strikes, the first thing we want to do is protect our families,” Secretary Redding said. “Part of staying safe is recognizing […]

Northwestern Polytechnic University Announces New Safety Precautions Due To Delta Variant

FREMONT, California, September 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Northwestern Polytechnic University (NPU) announced several new safety precautions to not only ensure the safety of students and staff, but also to mitigate any risk of a COVID-19 Delta variant for as many as possible Fremont and the San Francisco Bay Area. The COVID-19 pandemic remains […]