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Martin Lloyd Sanders | Resistant Bacteria in Hospital Sinks’

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Resistant Bacteria in Hospital Sinks’

A new study published last month in the journal of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America, the Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology found a surprising and unexpected source of bacteria — sink traps. Martin Lloyd Sanders, former Chief Scientist Officer shares that an infection […]

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Overlooked Workplace Safety Hazards

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Overlooked Workplace Safety Hazards

For Capt. Martin Lloyd Sanders, Director of Safety, Emergency, and Environmental Compliance for Federal Occupational Health, a lot of workplace injuries could have been prevented had the employer and employees taken the time to really pay attention to their surroundings. Often, when we are so […]

Martin Sanders | Amazon and Workplace Safety

Martin Sanders | Amazon and Workplace Safety

Amazon may be one of the best companies in the world in terms of being a top employer and a digital company, but unfortunately they aren’t the safest — far from it. In a report by the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health, Amazon […]

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Bring Your Child to Work Day….Perils and Pitfalls

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Bring Your Child to Work Day….Perils and Pitfalls

Bring Your Child to Work Day – Martin Lloyd Sanders Having just wrapped up my umpteenth Bring Your Child to Work Day (BYCWD), I am happy to report there were no disasters, injuries, crimes, fires, and there was a minimum of crying. Having spent a […]

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Be a Mental Health Officer

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Be a Mental Health Officer

Martin Lloyd Sanders On the USPHS’ Mental Health Services According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in six adults in the country live with a mental illness, or around 44.7 million adults in 2016. Among these groups of adults, service members are some […]

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Medical Emergencies During Natural Calamities

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Medical Emergencies During Natural Calamities

Martin Lloyd Sanders: Train Workers for Medical Emergencies Last year’s hurricane season saw the most expensive damages hit the country in history. Some reports estimate the cost reaching up to $202 billion in damages, but more than the blow on the economy, Capt. Martin Lloyd […]

Martin Lloyd Sanders on WTB’s Holistic Approach to Recovery

Martin Lloyd Sanders on WTB’s Holistic Approach to Recovery

Martin Lloyd Sanders on Warrior Transition Battalion’s Warrior Care The brave men and women of the US Army epitomize the values of Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. It’s only befitting then that utmost care is given to them when they […]

Martin Sanders | Chronic Stress & Environmental Workplace Complaints

Martin Sanders | Chronic Stress & Environmental Workplace Complaints

Could chronic stress explain mysterious environmental workplace complaints? Any safety professional, who spends enough time in the field, has had to deal with unexplained employee complaints regarding the environmental conditions in which they work.  The typical scenario begins with an employee or group of employees […]

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Fundamentals of Emergency Management

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Fundamentals of Emergency Management

Capt Martin Lloyd Sanders served as Director of Division of Environmental Health Services for Federal Occupational Health (FOH). As Director, he led efforts for providing nearly 25 million dollars of environmental health and emergency response services to multiple federal partners. He also participated in strategic […]

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Occupational Safety | Fall Prevention Campaign

Martin Lloyd Sanders | Occupational Safety | Fall Prevention Campaign

According to the latest data on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration website, there were a total of 384 fatalities caused by falls in construction sites in 2016. Martin Lloyd Sanders, former Chief Scientist of the United States Public Health Service (USPHS), notes that these […]