Mesothelioma Awareness Day is recognized on the 26th of September every year to help spread awareness about this lesser known cancer and its only known cause, asbestos exposure. This year marks the 17th anniversary of this day, and is an important time to shed light on how exposure to asbestos can lead to life-lasting health consequences.
In times of a global pandemic, it is difficult for residential and commercial property owners to know exactly what to do to keep their buildings and landscape safe and healthy. Each property owner should have a plan in place which covers some basics such as landscaping, contracted services and common areas as well as cleaning and repairs, so everyone is on the same page.
67% of employees use their personal devices at work, and with an increasing number of people working remotely, this number is sure to rise. When we think of a business’ health and safety practices, we often think of things employers can do to protect the physical health of staff, but in an increasingly online world, it’s vital that employers also consider the safety of their workforce online. This means that employees need to be trained in safe internet usage, and while many people may think they know how to navigate the internet safely, it’s often the ‘obvious’ things that get overlooked and leave them the most vulnerable to cybercrime.
COVID-19 was announced as a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020. With this global health crisis announcement, it became pretty clear that the coronavirus was going to affect the societies and economies of the world like never before. The United Nation’s Framework for the Immediate Socio-Economic Response clearly warned how the pandemic’s impact would vary from one country to another.
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