Why CRNA’s Need A Safety Device - Silent Beacon

Why CRNA’s Need A Safety Device (National CRNA Week)

A Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) is nothing short of a superhero. Why? They carry a heavy load of responsibility toward healthcare. They have been providing anesthetic aid for more than 150 years in the United States  Today, over 59,000 CRNAs practice throughout the United States.  Preparing pre-anesthesia screenings, preparing and administrating drugs, and managing…

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Snowmobile Safety & Awareness Week

Snowmobiling is a popular winter activity that many people enjoy. It allows for an exciting and unique way to explore the great outdoors and experience the thrill of speeding through snow-covered landscapes.  However, it’s essential to remember that snowmobiling can be dangerous and requires proper safety precautions. In recognition, the National Safety Council (NSC) designated…

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How Government Agencies Could Benefit From A Personal Safety Panic Button

Government agencies face many safety risks in their daily operations. These risks can range from threats to physical safety, such as violence or accidents, to cyber threats, such as data breaches or malicious attacks on agency systems.  To protect their employees and ensure the smooth operation of their services, government agencies need to have adequate…

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National Stalking Awareness Month

National Stalking Awareness Month is an annual campaign held every January to bring attention to the crime of stalking and to educate the public about its impacts and how to stay safe. Stalking is a serious issue that affects millions of people every year and can have severe consequences for the victims. Stalking is a…

Human Trafficking Safety Device

Human Trafficking Awareness – How To Stay Safe

Human trafficking is a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights. It is a global problem that affects people of all ages, genders, and nationalities. It is estimated that there are 40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally, including 24.9 million in forced labor and 15.4 million in forced marriage. Human trafficking involves…

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Why The Police Should Carry Safety Devices

Police officers face various risks in their duties, including (but not limited to) the risk of injury or death due to assaults, vehicular accidents, and other types of incidents.  According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), in 2020, 669 federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement officers died in the line of…

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Winter Driving Safety Tips – Teen Driving Awareness Month

Obtaining a driver’s license may be a thrilling rite of passage for teenagers, but it may also make a parent anxious. Teenagers’ first few years of driving are particularly dangerous. According to the International Institute for Highway Safety, teenagers have a crash rate almost four times higher than other age groups.  Teenage crash rates are…

Social Media Influencers

Why Social Media Influencers Need A Safety Device

By 2025, the overall number of social media users is anticipated to reach over 4.4 billion, or roughly half of the world’s population, as per Statista.  With the increasing number of social media users, more social media influencers are emerging, and influencer marketing is currently at its peak. However, an influencer’s public social status poses…

Food Dellivery Drivers

Why Food Delivery Drivers Need A Safety Device

The number of fatal occupational injuries for drivers has surpassed 1,000 in 2022, which is a record high since 2003, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  The number of individuals using food delivery apps climbed from 1.16 billion in 2019 to over 1.46 billion in 2020. More than one million food delivery drivers work…

Healthcare Workers

Why Healthcare Workers Should Bring A Safety Device To Work During The Holiday Season

Healthcare workers need access to a panic button or some other form of emergency call system while at work, regardless of the time of year. However, during the holiday season, there may be an increased risk of workplace safety due to the added stress and demands that can come with the holiday season. According to…