Expands geographic presence and enhances service offering
U.S. Security Associates (USA), the market-leading, wholly-owned American safety and security solutions provider has been awarded the ATD BEST Award for the fifth time.
With the average payout in small claims court against a business for just one slip and fall lawsuit averaging $15,000, having the right security measures in place to reduce incidents is essential in ensuring building safety and maintaining tenant satisfaction.
According to a Milliman Research report for the American Hospital Association, violent incidents are a $428-million-dollar burden for hospitals each year (July 26, 2017).
When cutting-edge innovation is your product, maintaining strict access control to safeguard your ingenuity is vital for business continuity.
It can be easy to down play and want to ignore an uncomfortable situation or encounter, but stalking is a serious crime that should be dealt with immediately upon recognizing an issue. It is important to be prepared if you experience a stalker of your own, as there is serious danger involved with this crime. Here are several steps you can take to effectively deal with a stalker and protect yourself.
As with any natural disaster, Mother Nature is unpredictable. Since we do not know when an earthquake will happen and often have little warning, the best protection is to be prepared.
As a visitor to the National Parks it is important to remember that these are natural environments that present unique perils. In order to protect visitors, the natural environments and wildlife, parks have specific rules set in place to preserve these natural wonders.
College is an exciting time of life, when you have the opportunity to make new friends, have new experiences, and enjoy new freedoms. As you explore your new environment, do not take your personal safety and security for granted. When living in campus residence halls, remember the three Cs: Closed, Confidential, and Cognizant.
Over the summer, kids often forget some of what they learned during the school year. Educators call it the “summer slide.” Be prepared for a “safety slide” as well! Before school starts again, review your children’s route and transportation to school, and remind them of safety guidelines. Use the following tips to make sure your child heads back to the classroom safely.