We are finishing out National Safety Month with some safety tips for the upcoming holiday weekend. Remember to leave the fireworks to the professionals. Every year thousands of people are injured, and an average of 12 people are killed on July 4th as the result of fireworks. If your weekend plans involve boating […]
It’s hot out there folks, and Summer Safety is important! Remember to protect yourself any day of the year from UV rays. Always wear sunscreen, even in the shade, and cover your skin and eyes with clothing and sunglasses.
Tomorrow (June 19) is Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day. Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated holiday, and our newest Federal Holiday, commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.
Employee Spotlight, Safety Edition! In honor of National Safety Month, we are featuring our VP of Health and Safety, Lonnie Wright. Lonnie has been a crucial part of ER’s Health and Safety Program for over two decades. Thank you Lonnie for all your hard work and dedication!