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Conflict Management: Using Verbal Persuasion

Judo is the Japanese phrase for “the gentle way.” Verbal Judo can help resolve a conflict while attempting to avoid physical contact. This means not meeting “force with force,” but responding to force with calm authority.

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Stress Management in an Emergency

Medical or fire emergencies are stressful environments, and stress is a natural human reaction in an emergency. However, panic and anxiety from stressors can lead to inaction and cause unnecessary distress. Knowing what to do in a stressful situation can prepare you with the information needed to stay calm and act effectively to keep yourself and your co-workers safe, and can help you make better and safer decisions about what to do.

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Heart to Heart: American Heart MonthCPR dummy and someone practicing use of an AED

February is known for Valentine’s Day, a holiday known for matters of the heart. However, in 1963 the President designated February as “American Heart Month” in the United States to encourage Americans to join the battle against heart disease and cardiac arrest. This designation makes it an especially appropriate time to take life-saving training to heart.

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Featured Anti-Terrorism Topic:

Terrorism Threat Awareness

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Terrorism can be defined in a number of ways. In the most direct terms, terrorism is a deliberate, criminal use of violence against people or property for political, social or religious ends.

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