While the rate of concussions in boys’ lacrosse is up slightly, it was during a time in which every sport other than girls’ lacrosse saw a substantial increase in the rate of reported concussions. The average of the nine sports was a 52% increase and the average increase of the seven sports other than boys’ and girls’ lacrosse was 68%. Once again, there was a substantial difference in the change in the rate of concussions between lacrosse and the other contact sports where players wear helmets, football and ice hockey..
The legs have thick bone and the Southdown stands squarely and is an active animal. Because of its history of centuries of being kept in folds, it has great tolerance to being confined and is docile and easy to handle. It is hardy and will maintain its condition where other breeds would be hard pushed to survive..
If the questioner looks perplexed or concerned, it’s also okay to say, “You seem concerned / confused with my answer. Please explain your concern.” All of these are okay to say, no matter how formal or regimented the presentation setting. If you’re out of line, they’ll tell you, or refuse to answer.
A friend of mine had the opportunity to manage a store specializing in exotic birds, and he wanted an easy way to protect the health of both the birds and the customers. I suggested that he install various liquid dispensers throughout the store, including in the restroom, so that the employees’ and customers’ hands would be extra clean. After his dispensers were installed, he couldn’t stop talking about how easy they were for everyone to use, and how much the prestige of the store seemed to improve.
That condition is known as the sick building syndrome. Teachers presented a video on sick building syndrome at the start of negotiations last Wednesday. Assistant Superintendent Pat Galbreath, chief negotiator for the board, said he would ask the maintenance department to view the video and determine whether any of the school district’s buildings have such problems..
It impossible to know when a major highway or road accident is going to occur, but for emergency service workers, being prepared for any situation increases the odds of survival for those involved.This is why Leduc County in partnership with the Alberta Vehicle Extrication Association (AVEA), a non profit group, continues to host its annual Big Rig Hands On training symposium. Organizers recently wrapped up their seventh straight year of the symposium, which was hosted in Leduc County from Sept. 11 12.With four practical assessment pits and half a day of theoretical teaching, the firefighters had the opportunity to go through vehicle extrication scenarios involving large vehicles like haulers.