Our featured professional is Emily Barrett, Director of Experiential Learning and External Relationships at the University of Albany’s College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cyber Security. She uses a focused, thoughtful approach to pour her energy into her students and empower them toward fearless pursuits of growth and learning.
The best way to take the fear out of the unexpected is to open up a conversation. Discussing, addressing, and planning actionable steps removes uncertainties and empowers decision-making. Getting the whole team involved makes for a stronger, more cohesive organization ready to face the challenges of change.
Engagement is the key to learning. Discussion based sessions allow small groups to maximize time through open-ended questions and open doors to let everyone have a voice.The Marco Program builds on these principles to produce real-time results for all participants!
Creating or changing a safety culture in the workplace can be an intimidating process. Through strategic action, manageable goals, and employee engagement, small changes can lead to great results. Working as a team, your organization can address and identify areas for improvement and take steps to promoting a safe, secure working environment.
Many standards guide businesses when it comes to ensuring a safe workplace for your employees. Part of that is having a plan to respond to emergencies. The lack of a plan can cost a business tens of thousands of dollars. Start preparing today to protect yourself tomorrow.
Hospitals, churches, and schools are often targets of shooting incidents due to open access to the facilities and constant pedestrian traffic. There are simple, cost-free steps you can take to make your organization safer to protect against an armed intruder.
A fireplace is great for keeping your house warm, but a faulty or unsafe chimney can put you and your family in danger. Hiring the right inspector to review and clean your chimney is an important step in keeping you safe this winter!