Adam Johnsen: Article History

January 16, 2017

Charting a Safer Future

No successful journey begins with someone blindly setting out without a plan, a goal, or proper gear. Even organizations, like special districts for example, need to have those things established before embarking on any kind of a quest.

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October 10, 2016

Out of the Frying Pan…

Modern household appliances and furnishings present new dangers to firefighters, increasing their exposure to cardiovascular and chemical risk in the line of duty.

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October 10, 2016

Should Your Team Warm Up Before They Head Out?

Before every workout, big game, or match, athletes warm up or stretch to raise their heart rates and body temperature. This process makes them more alert and improves response times. If this works well for athletes, it may work well for you and your employees.

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July 1, 2016

Accident Prevention: What’s it Going to Take?

No one wants to see a coworker become seriously injured. Yet every year, millions of people suffer injuries on the job, ranging in severity from minor to life-threatening. We have the choice to be more proactive and safety-minded in the culture of our workplaces.

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July 1, 2016

Wildfire Safety Tips

With summer here, the risk of wildfires has once again become a concern in Colorado and much of the western US. Many fires are ignited by lightning, so it’s important to be prepared. When assessing your risk, take note of how far structures are from vegetation. Embers can jump to buildings so it’s a good idea to establish a “Safety Zone.”

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