Spill & Safety News

The Yummiest Mess

Even if being cooped up for months put someone in a fowl mood (we couldn't resist…), no doubt they're eager to enjoy summer outdoors — mask and all...

Floored! Keeping You Slip-and-Fall Safe This Summer

Life has been challenging enough in 2020 so far, with everyone sheltering in place and doing their level best to avoid getting sick. The last thing...

Summer with Kids in the Time of Coronavirus

It's summer. The kids should be shipped off to camp, leaving mom and dad free to work remotely, in peace. But it's a COVID-19 summer, which means c...

Home Maintenance Solutions

Since we've been spending so much time at home (over two months and counting, for many of us), it makes sense to keep our homes, like our bodies, i...

Staying Safe As We Reopen

June is National Safety Month, and as the U.S. gets back to business, albeit in a very different way than before the pandemic, it's crucial to know...

Feeling Drained? Try This.

Now that we've gotten un-used to bringing our reusable bags to grocery stores, become accustomed to everyone mimicking health care professionals (o...

Take A Deep Breath of Life

It's possible you may never have appreciated your breath more than in 2020. Breathing is completely natural, so of course we take it for granted; o...

Virus Ecology

Back in 2013 and 2014 we pondered how a break from technology could improve our ability to focus and relax — and also how it might benefit nature. ...

Facemasking the COVID-19 Challenge

Since 2006, Facebook has been the dominant word beginning with "face" in the global lexicon. But in 2020, it's been supplanted by a radically diffe...

Tips for the Water-Wise

After the flood season that much of California experienced in the winter of 2019, this past winter was more like spring, with temperatures in the 7...

Compliance in the Time of COVID-19

At the end of last year, OSHA's USP 800 compliance regulation took effect. USP 800 is about providing safe handling of hazardous drugs for all heal...

Can Spill Products Produce Primordial Joy?

French sociologist Emile Durkheim coined the term "collective effervescence" to describe how communal events, such as the annual "Burning Man" fest...