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Safety Books & Tapes

Martin Lesperance has written books and produced audio programs on safety in the workplace and safety in the home. Industrial safety is a critical topic for his corporate clients. Worker injuries account for a large part of employee benefit costs. Thus, fire safety, home safety and even school safety have become vital ingredients for a healthy corporate bottom line. So, let Martin’s books and tapes improve your corporate well being by providing a healthy dose of home and workplace tips as well as information to help prevent employee injuries and accidents.

So, keep your employees where they should be - on the job. Order from Martin’s library today! Just click on the titles to uncover the books and/or tapes you need to boost your employee safety. After all, a healthy employee is a productive one!

Click on a link to find about about these safety books!

"Safety Tips That Can Save Your Butt"
-Life Saving Advice From A Firefighter Paramedic
"I Won't Be In To Work Today"
-Preventing Injuries at Home, Work and Play
"Kids For Keeps"
- Preventing Injuries to Children
"What Do You Mean I'm Stressed"
- Recognizing and Managing Your Stress
"A Cat Has Nine Lives, But You Don't"
Nine Tips That Can Keep You Alive, Healthy And Productive

Inter Provincial Safety Resources Ltd.
16 Deersaxon Rd. S.E.
Calgary, AlbertaT2J 6W1, Canada

Fax orders to (403) 225-3215
For more information call 1-888-278-8964 or (403) 225-2011

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martin lesperance, firefighter, paramedic, safety speaker
Martin Lesperance

speaker, best selling author

Martin Lesperance is a fire fighter/paramedic and is the author of the best selling book, "I Won't be in to Work Today - Preventing Injuries at Home, Work and Play" and "Kids for Keeps - Preventing Injuries to Children". Martin delivers keynote presentations and seminars dealing with injury prevention and wellness. To order the books or for more information on the presentations, call 403-225-2011 or email

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