Tag - safety

Medical Center Security: No two days are the same

Editor’s note: This is the second installment in a multiple-part series focusing on the work done by the Facilities Services Division.  Sgt. Nicole Davis had eaten maybe three bites of her...

A message about potential winter weather event

The following email was sent to all faculty, staff and students today in regards to the weather forecast for Georgia and the CSRA. Due to the potential for winter precipitation over the weekend, we...

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them »

Open water: 7 ways to safer swims

Summer getaways often take families to the open waters for refreshing fun. “But, just like pools – ponds, lakes and beaches can be dangerous, especially for children, if you don’t follow some...

8 tips for better toy shopping

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Christmas is a magical season for children. Visions long ago may have included sugarplums. Today’s children are likely dreaming of toys, toys and more toys. “Childhood is one of the...

6 tricks to keep Halloween a treat

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The trick to making Halloween a treat is being prepared, experts say. “The number one rule is plan, plan, plan,” says Carla Allen, a senior staff nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care...

Avoid flip-flop fiascos

AUGUSTA, Ga. – A casual summer staple, flip-flops are popular with men, women and kids – especially for outside activities. But before slipping on these warm weather favorites, be sure you know the...

10 Ways to Reduce Your Skin Cancer Risk

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Warmer days are here, encouraging outdoor activities such as swimming, walking, gardening, or even just being outside to soak up the sunshine. But exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet...

Employee struck in crosswalk highlights need for care

This morning, a GRU employee was struck by a car while crossing Laney Walker Boulevard. The individual is doing well—for which we are all grateful—but this accident serves as a reminder for all of us...