Tag: Awareness

Our work in 2018 – 100 Resilient Cities

The urban resilience movement is growing and gaining steam in cities around the world.

Fire safety tips for the Christmas holiday season

The Office of the Fire Commissioner and Emergency Management B.C. have provided a list of life-saving precautions over the holiday season to prevent fires.

A piece of vulcanised rubber may not stop an active shooter, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad idea!

This is a response to "What the puck? Can a piece of vulcanised rubber stop an active shooter?" published by Phil Gurski on The Resilience Post on 06 December 2018.

Could hockey pucks stop an active shooter?

Faculty members purchased 800 hockey pucks for teachers and another 1,700 pucks for students following a recent active shooter training.

The best kept secret in the disaster business

Believe it or not, I’m now going to draw a comparison between a wedding and a disaster (because, after all, some disasters are just big fat Greek weddings on steroids).

SMB Employees Fail to Take Cyber Threats Seriously

Small businesses that fail to offer security training remain at risk from employee ignorance, a new study finds.

Canadians’ Food Safety knowledge is lacking, Federal survey finds

A spokesman for Health Canada said the department will update its safe food handling advertising campaign.

World Environment Day 2018: Everything you need to know

This year's theme will focus on a type of pollution that's garnered international attention as of late, including proposed bans in major cities and countries.

Canadians Unsure What to Do Post-Identity Theft

Identity theft knowledge is low among the majority of Canadians.

Cybersecurity Awareness Must Generate From The Top

A culture is created where security isn’t just a cost center or a required set of checkboxes, but rather a game plan to better enable the business.

The humble ‘Banana Skin’ – possibly the greatest risk management tool ever

Paul Kudray explains why the 'Banana Skin' is as much important for risk managers as it is for kart racers!

Creating a safety culture in Latin America

Some organizations are taking the lead in challenging the mindset of many of their workers to bring their health and safety performance to the next level.