National Public Health Week

National Public Health Week

Emergent Safety joins the celebration of National Public Health Week. Please continue to practice social distancing and wear a mask. We are in this fight together. This year National Public Health Week celebrates “Building Bridges to Better Health” “We at...
Women’s History Month: Celebrating America’s Fighting Women

Women’s History Month: Celebrating America’s Fighting Women

American Revolution, 1775-1783 Because our first war was fought close to home, thousands of colonial women joined their husbands to help with cooking, mending and nursing. Some women risked their lives as couriers or spies, and some amazing patriot women stood with...
Women In Construction Week

Women In Construction Week

Emergent Safety joins to celebration of Women in Construction Week taking place March 7-13, 2021. As a WBENC, we realize even more the need for custom safety solutions for women! Bulky, standard-fitting PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is not only a nuisance, but...
Snow Shoveling and Heart Health

Snow Shoveling and Heart Health

Did you know snow shoveling can increase heart attack risk? With the higher snow levels we are seeing this year, it is important to stay safe. While using a more ergonomic shovel, or using a snow blower may decrease the risk, it is important to take additional...
February Is American Heart Month: Stress Reduction

February Is American Heart Month: Stress Reduction

February is American Heart month where the American Heart Association encourages us to take control of our cardiovascular health.  One of the most powerful ways to take control is to understand cardiovascular disease, stroke and hypertension, and how to keep your...