Archive for October 2015

Florida House subcommittee approves bill to allow breaking into vehicles to

Florida House subcommittee approves bill to allow breaking into vehicles to
Florida is second only to Texas of all states in deaths of children due to heat stroke in vehicles in the past 17 years, according to the Department of Meteorology and Climate Science at San Jose State University. Between 1998 and 2014, 68 children in …
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Here's what it's like to run a 155-mile race
I eventually got through that inaugural push — but only after suffering heatstroke, violent bouts of vomiting and requiring two intravenous drips. Now I understood extreme. Running through the Outback was akin to being stuck inside of sauna: The sun …
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Relative of man found in shallow water in Immokalee said he was suffering from
Relatives of a Michigan man found dead at a Lee County work site Monday believe he died following a bout of heat stroke while working on an oil rig on Corkscrew Road. Trenton Collin, 30, was found floating face down in a canal near the work site by his …
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Ban cruel and deadly trade in dogs reared in puppy farms, demand vets

Ban cruel and deadly trade in dogs reared in puppy farms, demand vets
They often have genetic illnesses.” TV vet Marc Abrahams has been lobbying ministers to ban pet shops from selling puppies supplied by farms and set up an e-petition that received 100,000 signatures and led to the issue being debated in parliament. He …
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The Heat is On: What Employers Can Do to Protect Employees from Heat-Related
Although OSHA has no heat illness prevention standard, Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (“OSH Act”), known as the General Duty Clause, requires employers to provide their employees with a workplace free from recognized …
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Cal/OSHA Amended Heat Safety Regulations in Effect May 1
SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 7, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Department of Industrial Relations, in conjunction with Cal/OSHA, announce amendments to the current heat illness prevention regulation. The Occupational Safety & Health Standards …
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Blurred Lines: Pharrell, Sampling, and Producer Accountability
I don't pretend to be a lawyer nor am I a musicologist, but I can tell when someone is caught in a lie; his body language and his refusal to answer 99% of the questions he was asked says it all. Pharrell's defense rested heavily on his knowledge of …

Proof getting fired doesn't mean your career is over
The Leadership Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely questions about careers and leadership. Today's answer to the question “How do you bounce back after getting …
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JP Morning Read 10/29/2015 Bob Dylan at a Chabad Telethon
Report: Russia transporting Iranian weapons into Syria in violation of UN embargo: The report cited western intelligence sources saying Russian cargo planes have twice daily over the past 10 days delivered Iranian weapons shipments to Syria, where …
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A Parent’s Worst Nightmare – The Story of Jenny Stanley – Preventing Heatstroke

A grieving mother tells the story of her daughter’s tragic death.

JA program at Marion High Skill offers skills, insight

JA program at Marion High Skill offers skills, insight
And technical skills are those one learns at a particular job. Stough gave students the opportunity to come up with creative and professional answers to some of a job interviews' toughest questions through a mock interview conducted by other classmates.
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That's B.A. Corbett: He's a Hall of Famer
He had no plans of changing careers until he noticed a want ad seeking people with outstanding math skills to work with computers for RCA at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida. He had a telephone interview and took the job. He helped develop software to …
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CONSERVATORY NOTES: Building life skills through auditions
Epilogue: The skills I learned in preparation for auditions have helped me enormously in job interviews. Even at my first job interview, as I was interviewed for a waitress position in a local sandwich and ice cream shop, the owner sat me down in one …
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Hundreds expected at Grand Tasting during Falmouth oyster symposium

Hundreds expected at Grand Tasting during Falmouth oyster symposium
The tasting will conclude a symposium, covering research into environmental issues, oyster disease prevention and propagation, and possible medical benefits of oysters. Representatives from 18 countries and 19 states will participate; it is the first …
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US record, Olympic gold just part of what defines Joan Benoit Samuelson
Editor's note: Since this writing, Joan Benoit Samuelson has announced that illness will prevent her from attempting to come within 30 minutes of her American women's marathon record at this year's Chicago Marathon and might prevent her from running …
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Heat Illness Prevention Series, Volume I

Students should be educated about heat illness prevention in order to lower the number of heat-related illnesses and to promote a healthy school environment. This video is a component of a comprehensive Heat Illness Prevention School Project curriculum.

Anyone can be susceptible to heat-related illness. Those at greatest risk are children under 4, adults over 65, homeless people, outdoor workers, people who are overweight, and people who are ill or on certain medications. Heat-related illness may be serious or even deadly if unattended.

Staying healthy during the summer is easier if you take the time to protect yourself by making sure you are drinking enough water and limiting your exposure to the heat. Follow these simple rules:
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Heat Illness Prevention School Project

Prevent Heat Stroke

Boy: Can we get off here, please?
Man: It’s very hot! Avoid staying outdoors for too long.
All: OK.
Man: It’s boiling here! Let’s cool down with a water break!
Man: When working outdoors, wear light-coloured, loose clothing and a wide-brimmed hat. Just like me!
Also, take rest in the shade from time to time.
Super: Beware of heat stroke!
Man:If you feel sick, consult a doctor right away.
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Hotline: 2833 0111
Department of Health’s logo
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Need a job? Employers seeking new hires at job fair Wednesday

Need a job? Employers seeking new hires at job fair Wednesday
“We will be on site to help people with their interview skills, help them with what to say and what not to say and prepare them for what they might be asked before we send them in,” said Backward, who added that she wants to give everyone a chance to …
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Sandel: The full college experience
College internships provide the bridge that connects employers to skilled workers and the classroom to real world, hands-on skills students in today's economy need. There are many types of internships: paid and unpaid, credit and … to demonstrate and …
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Area group helps reunite local woman with her lost dog after four years
Waiting to interview for a new day job at Claim Jumper on Olive Avenue on Monday afternoon, Carrie Jo Hubrich got an unexpected text message about her purebred French bulldog, Bella. “There's no way,” she thought, not sure if she should tell the …
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