February 2020 Archives

Research supports starting school later in the morning

Research has found that teenagers in Texas and throughout the United States go through bodily changes that make it more beneficial to wake up later in the day. It has also found that those between the ages of 13 and 18 need at least eight hours of sleep at night to function properly. Students who are not allowed to get enough quality rest could be more likely to make poor decisions while driving to school.

CMV drivers can avoid drowsiness with these 6 tips

Drowsiness and driving a commercial motor vehicle, especially a big rig, do not go well together. However, truckers in Texas and across the U.S. have the ability to avoid drowsiness behind the wheel. The following six tips can help prevent major fatigue.

New report shows importance of supervisors in construction safety

Construction workers in Texas may or may not be heavily involved in the crafting of safety plans and guidelines around the job site, but a report from Dodge Data & Analytics has found that more contractors are attempting this. Contractors are also increasingly relying on supervisors to boost safety.

How big is the threat of fire at your workplace?

Regardless of whether you work in the oil and gas business or another industrial workplace in San Antonio or other area in Texas, exposure to explosive and flammable materials will be one of the primary safety hazards. According to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, your employer is responsible for your health and safety on the job. However, if you prefer to play a role in your own welfare, you can learn how to deal with fire-related risks.

Why truckers must have sleep apnea treated

Drivers in Texas have good reason to fear being around truckers because a significant number of them suffer from sleep apnea. Though this sleep disorder affects only 4% of the general population, it's estimated that 35% of truckers have it. Obstructive sleep apnea, the most widespread among truckers, can have an especially negative impact on behavior.

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