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Category: Prevention


Are You Prepared For A Disaster?

September is National Preparedness Month, which is sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the US Department of Homeland Security. The goal is to promote disaster preparedness for people, businesses, and communities. An integral part of disaster preparedness…

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Driven to Distraction

Distracted driving.   It’s a term we’ve heard a lot lately.  My job requires me to drive quite a bit and it seems like I see people driving while staring at their cell phones every time I’m on the road.  The…

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Raising the Bar: Best Practices for Bar Risk Management

It happens more than you’d like to think.  A person drinking in a bar leaves and causes an accident, injuring or killing another person.  The victim’s family then files a lawsuit against the bar.  Owning a bar can be fun and financially…

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Safety First for Summer Fun on the Water

Everyone loves summer time. It stays lighter longer, the weather is warm, and most of us take a summer vacation. Many summer vacations revolve around water. Whether it’s at the beach or a lake, water is usually nearby. With water…

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No Matter the Size Fleet Safety Comes First!

When most people think of fleet safety they probably tend to think of a “fleet” as a large number of vehicles (50+ vehicles).  After all, a small contractor with 4-5 pickup trucks may not think of the trucks as a…

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Ten Tips for E-mail Security

According to Radicati Group, there will be 2.5 billion e-mail users by 2014. With all of this e-mail activity, you need to be diligent not to fall victim to the various attacks that can plague e-mail users.

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Don’t Get Burned: Check Your Smoke Detectors!

This probably isn’t the most original topic for a blog.  My guess is there are more than a few blogs out there about smoke detectors.  So why write one? First, let me tell you a little bit about myself.  I…

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Swim Into a Safe Summer at the Pool

With the warm weather now in full swing, people have begun opening their pools for the summer. While pools are a great way to escape the heat, there are several safety considerations to take to be sure your summer oasis is a…

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Fire Safety is No Accident

No matter how much we try to prevent accidents, the unfortunate truth is they happen.  The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimates that an average of 373,900 home structure fires occurred annually from 2005-2009.  These fires caused an annual average…

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How to Prepare Your Car for a Road Trip

Nothing puts the brakes on a road trip faster than car trouble.  While regular maintenance by a mechanic is the best way to keep your car in top running condition, we recommend performing your own maintenance check before heading out.  Watch…

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