It’s a funny thing. As late as December, some of my clients’ employees were still snarky about their emergency plans. Questioning why we need to plan for active shooters and how ridiculous pandemics are. Citing that SARS, Swine and other illnesses never truly made it to us. Making jokes about aliens swooping us up. Now Read more about Coronavirus Phase 3 – Returning to normal[…]
We are in a serious time, but the worst has not yet come. The easy part is locking everything down, isolating and quartining. The hard part is re-opening schools, cities, and businesses. When that time comes, which no dobut it will, you need to have cleaning procedures in place. You can’t clean as students are Read more about COVID-19 – How to prepare for return of students and workforce[…]
Here at Wilmes, because we are experts in risk management and emergency response, we are prepared, have been prepared and will be prepared in the future. Bottom line we are open for business and ready to serve you!
Thousands of decisions are made by you every day. Your staff does the same. Decision making is the name of the game. But decision making and will power are eternally linked. The more will power you have the more decision making you can do. And the less, well, the less decision making you can do. Read more about Does will power affect your safety record[…]
We hear so much about having standard operating procedures. They are the standard. But there is a deep dark problem with standard operating procedures. They are average. And average just isn’t good enough. We need something better. Much better. Average is boring What we need are Strict Operating Procedures. Strict not standard. This little difference Read more about Screw the Standard Operating Procedure[…]
New risks emerge all the time. We are smack dab in the middle of a robotic revolution, which means that our lives are soon going to be a lot easier. For disabled individuals, the future means a world where disabilities are a thing of the past. With all that ease comes a lot more work Read more about Is your ADA policy ready for blind drivers[…]
Here’s a little video on how to calculate the dBa (decibles) that a particular NRR will provide. If you want a simpler way, just use our calculator. We made it simple because we really like you to hear us!!