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School Talk - An Introduction to FEMA

Gallagher Public Sector (GPS) has just released a new white paper "An Introduction to FEMA for Government Entities" and Eligible Nonprofits that explains the “ins and outs” of working with FEMA. It is specifically written to address the needs of governmental entities and eligible nonprofits.

Tag(s): Public Sector;

Ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malicious software that infects a computer and then holds the data hostage by encrypting the files until victims pay to have them unlocked. It comes in two major types: cryptors and blockers.

Tag(s): Cyber Risk; Cyber Liability;

Excessive Speed on Ramps and Curves

One of the driving errors that leads to serious crashes is excessive speed on entrance and exit ramps/curves. With the improvement in highway design and with most of the professional driver’s time being spent on limited access or interstate-type highways we can get lulled into a false sense of security thinking we don’t have a lot to worry about on these roads.

Tag(s): Transportation; Transportation Safety Topics;

Hard Hat Bulletin - Understanding Arc Flash

Simply put, an arc flash is a phenomenon where a flashover of electric current leaves its intended path and travels through the air from one conductor to another, or to ground. The results are often violent and when a human is in close proximity to the arc flash, serious injury and even death can occur.

Tag(s): Construction;

Agricultural Drones

Drone use is increasing in the farming and agricultural sector. This is unfamiliar territory for many. It is important to know the facts.

Hard Hat Bulletin - Electrical Shock

An electrical injury is damage to the skin or internal organs when a person comes into direct contact with an electrical current. The human body conducts electricity very well. That means electricity passes very easily throughout the body. Direct contact with electrical current can be deadly. While some electrical burns look minor, there still may be serious internal damage, especially to the heart, muscles, or brain.

Tag(s): Construction;

PEP Talk - An Introduction to FEMA

Gallagher Public Sector (GPS) has just released a new white paper An Introduction to FEMA for Government Entities and Eligible Nonprofits that explains the “ins and outs” of working with FEMA.