Safety First

By: Lyle Karasiuk

Be ready for winter

November 1, 2012 - 3:32pm Updated: November 2, 2012 - 10:44am

The recent warmer weather is not likely to return for several months but winter’s icy grip surely is here to stay. As we all bundle up and get used to the colder temperatures we all need to remember a few simple things.

Food Safety 101

October 5, 2012 - 7:29am

In the media there has been considerable discussion about food safety relating to meat products from a plant in Alberta. As we head into the Thanksgiving weekend, turkey can be a source of contamination of not dealt with properly as well.

Back in the Groove

September 6, 2012 - 9:37am

The Labour Day weekend has signaled that school is full swing but not only school but numerous after school sports and other activities. While busy parents hustle their children from one event to another remember that little things such as riding safely and limiting distractions are essential. This summer Parkland Ambulance along with our partners SGI and the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region hosted monthly free car seat clinics. One common question was when can my child get out of their booster seat?

Getting Back to School

August 23, 2012 - 12:41pm

For parents the most wonderful time of the year is soon to arrive, back to school! Dusting off the back packs, packing lunch boxes and organizing a busy calendar will be the norm a few reminders are definitely in order.

Be the first to care

August 9, 2012 - 2:32pm

This week the media has reported to us terrible tragedy across our province where people have lost their lives due to motor vehicle collisions. These instances were reported to emergency responders first by a bystander, someone who was the first on the scene of the horrific crash. You might be the first upon a motor vehicle collision; would you know what to do?

One of those summers

July 26, 2012 - 3:55pm

It’s been a wonderful summer so far. Hot humid weather, tornados, power outages, rain, wind and falling trees all have factored into our July somewhere in Prince Albert region. Thankfully there have been few serious emergencies and most of us have coped well with the hot humid weather. Summer is not over as the calendar turns to August. Remember these summer time actions: drink plenty of water, stay cool, wear and reapply sun screen often.

Summer Sizzles

July 12, 2012 - 8:40am

While much of Saskatchewan continues to sizzle with the summer heat, a lot of residents are finding the heat a bit too much to bear. Those most vulnerable to heat related emergencies are the very young, our seniors or those not caring for themselves such homeless people. During these hot hot days we need to all spend more time in cool places. Such cool places might be window shopping at the local mall. Grab a book and doing some reading at the library. If you have air conditioning at home merely staying indoors.

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