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At AurStaff®, we take safety in the workplace seriously. In fact, candidates are required to complete an interactive safety program as part of their initial assessment.

Clients are encouraged to implement company wide safety programs and candidates are trained to be keenly aware of safety procedures and policies at their place of work.

Most work related injuries are preventable. Take a look at the following links to obtain important information on emergency procedures and helpful tips on how to stay healthy in the workplace.

Safety tip of the month

Survival Tips If Your Car Gets Stuck in a Blizzard

Getting trapped in your car during a blizzard can be a terrifying experience. But it doesn’t have to be fatal, if you stay calm and follow these survival tips:

  • Stay in your car. Unless help or shelter is clearly visible within easy walking distance, you’re safest remaining in your vehicle where it’s warm and dry.
  • Make yourself visible. Tie a brightly colored piece of cloth to your antenna to signal rescuers. Use your flashers and light signal flares if you have any.
  • Bundle up. Wrap yourself up in whatever you have. Even newspaper will help you retain heat.
  • Clear your tailpipe. Make sure snow and ice aren’t blocking your tailpipe, or carbon monoxide could back up into your vehicle when you turn on the engine.
  • Run your heater sparingly. Conserve fuel by running the heater for only 10 minutes an hour. That should be sufficient to keep you warm. Crack a rear window to prevent any fumes from lingering inside when your motor is running.
  • Keep moving. Even inside your vehicle, move your arms and legs as much as you can to keep your circulation going and stay warm.
  • Fasten your seatbelt. Your car may not be moving, but if visibility outside is low, another car could rear-end you, causing injury if you’re not securely strapped in.
  • Stay awake. You’re less likely to experience hypothermia and other cold-related conditions, and you can watch for rescue.