Key to crowd safety
- The security challenge. Goddard, Charlotte // Marketing Event;Oct99, p61
Explains the importance of security in an exhibition. Different security challenges; Agency that handles information on security firms.
- Show security to be tight. // eWeek;11/5/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 43, p5
Reports the tightened security at the COMDEX Computer Show responding to the September 11 terrorist attacks, 2001 in the United States.
- Make safety your New Year's resolution. // Current Health 2;Dec88, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p28
Presents a checklist for maintaining a safe home.
- How accidental are accidents? Purdy, C. // Current Health 2;Mar1990, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p18
Examines the leading causes of accidents. Personal factors, such as stress, fatigue, age, lack of knowledge or skill, drugs, and attitude; Physical causes, such as weather, equipment failure and time of day or year.
- Be prepared for the what ifs. Purdy, Candy // Current Health 2;Feb1993, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p30
Discusses what is involved in snow safety. Snowmobile; Car cautions; How to dress; Preparing for inclement weather; Details.
- Don't let hobby hazards spoil your fun. // Current Health 1;Feb1992, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p30
Discusses hobby safety. How to safely use sharp or pointed tools, such as scissors and pocketknives; How to work with airplane glue; Bicycle safety rules; Need to pick up hobby clutter and put away tools, scraps and so on; Protective equipment used by in-line skaters.
- Stop look listen tough talk about safety. // Current Health 1;Sep92, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p21
Tells how Portland, Oregon, trauma nurse Joanne Fairchild began her safety-education program for young people called `Trauma Nurses Talk Tough.' Also recounts the true stories of two young boys who collided with automobiles while riding their bicycles. Child with no helmet, brain damage; Child...
- Spring checkups. // Consumer Reports;Apr96, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p7
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- Accidents happen--but they don't have to. // Children Today;1993, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p2
Offers safety reminders from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Reducing the number of playground injuries; Hot dogs and choking deaths; Lawn mower injuries; Importance of bicycle helmets; Statistics on child deaths and accidental injuries; More.