by Terry Cahill

With all the deserved attention on emergency preparedness in the workplace due to incidents like the one in San Bernardino, a crucial preventive feature of workplace safety often goes unmentioned—alcohol/drug testing programs. These programs work behind the scenes to decrease the risk of injury and death for both the individuals using alcohol/drugs at work and […]

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by Bernie Dyme

Earlier this month we recognized World Suicide Prevention Day. This is the 13th year of the commemoration with its purpose to raise awareness across the globe that suicide can be prevented. This year’s theme, “Connect, Communicate, Care,” represents three words at the heart of suicide prevention. So what do they really mean? Connect. This is […]

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by Bernard Dyme

I was recently going through some old pictures from the 80s and realized how dated everything looked. Yes, it’s me on the left. I had a jet black mustache, curly hair, a suit with fairly wide lapels and was about 20 pounds lighter. Believe me, that is not my current look. The “after” photo comes […]

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by Bernie Dyme

Watching extended media coverage of traumatic events, like the Orlando shooting, may trigger stress and anxiety and cause you to feel uncertain, worried or scared. This has been a tough time for Orlando, the LGBTQ community, Latinos and the rest of our nation. We continue to grieve and deal with our feelings about the horrible […]

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