Archive for the 'Safety Philosophy' Category

Guest Bacon Maldito talks about new terms since the COVID19 pandemic, shaking Contact Tracers, closing city streets for green space, permanent protoco...View Details

Before 1961, the United States did not publicly educate any children with any disabilities. If a child had cognitive or emotional disabilities, deafne...View Details

Chuck Mak delivers face validity from Pittsburgh, describing the rapid scale up of University of Pittsburgh Medical’s campus for influx of coronavirus...View Details

As an American teenager during the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Doc recalls being cautioned to stay inside whenever it rained due to radioactive r...View Details

Nick Schulaner’s keen situational awareness enabled him to make the right decisions and safely navigate the rapid, unanticipated closing of his univer...View Details

Doc talks about what it means to enter chaos from the perspective of someone that researches crises. THINK OF A BAGEL. It's tasty as hell and also a m...View Details

Drew Baye has been teaching and writing about exercise for over twenty years, during which time he has personally instructed hundreds of clients, incl...View Details

As a school crisis develops, more time means more options. This episode’s guest works to put seconds back on the clock by teaching people steps to imp...View Details

In 2013, A 7-year-old Maryland kid chewed his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun at school and wound up with two days suspension. The pastry in ...View Details

You can’t put a price tag on keeping schools safe – or can you? The $3 billion school safety industry is on a nonstop trajectory for both number of bi...View Details