Identifying and managing stress can happen in different ways for different people. If you are looking for ways to manage stress, we've included some tips you can consider.
Stress is a normal part of life, and it affects everyone in one way or another. Low to moderate levels of stress can actually be good for you when managed properly. But extreme levels of stress can take a physical and mental toll on your health and contribute to severe problems.
Metro Magazine recently featured an article by Transdev VP of Safety & Security, Julie Peel. The article appears as part of their safety blog and discusses the importance of prioritizing health and safety in our efforts to rebuild passenger trust.
Our commitment to highlight different Health & Safety themes every couple of months continues. We are excited to introduce that our theme for March and April is “Adapting to Change”.
February has been designated as American Heart Month. The idea behind Heart Month is to motivate yourself, friends and family to adopt healthy lifestyles to help prevent heart disease.
Health & Safety continues to be the top priority for our employees, passengers and the communities in which we operate. As the new year kicks off, our commitment to highlight different Health & Safety themes every couple of months continues. We are excited to introduce that our theme for January and February is “Winter Preparedness”.
This month, we already have highlighted Movember’s first two areas of focus, prostate and testicular cancer, and today we continue with mental health. Trust your gut instincts. If you think something’s off, don’t be afraid to ask some questions. The right conversation can make all the difference to a man who might be struggling.
Our “Movember” campaign continues with important information on testicular cancer. Testicular cancer is another example of a cancer that can be effectively treated, and often cured, if diagnosed and treated early.
Regularly recognizing and celebrating our safety accomplishments is so important and a key element of our safety culture. Our GORaleigh operation in North Carolina recently celebrated key safety milestones achieved by four of their bus operators.
Did you know? Men die on average 6 years earlier than women. Men are also dying from largely preventable reasons. All men are at risk for prostate cancer and the risk increases with age. Early detection is the key.