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Category: Safety Tips


Get the Dish on Restaurant Food Safety

When customers enter a restaurant or food establishment, they expect an attentive wait staff, friendly service, tasty food, enjoyable atmosphere and, most importantly, a clean environment. The health inspector has a major influence on your business’s good standing, but in…

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The Cold Hard Facts About Ice Dams

The winter months may be waning but the potential for claims resulting from ice dams are on the rise! While most of the damage caused by a winter storm is immediate, ice dams losses usually don’t occur until several days…

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Avoid the “bugs” this holiday season

It’s no surprise that with the cooler temperatures comes bugs and viruses. You can take your vitamins and wash your hands all you want, but you still may not prevent the ba-humbugs of the holiday season.

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A Regular Sprinkling of Maintenance

As I sat down and pondered what to write for this month’s blog, I thought about the many fire safety resources generated this time of year regarding holiday hazards such as live Christmas trees or overloading electrical outlets. And yes,…

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Driving Under the Influence – Things you need to know

I am a reserve officer for a local police department and work primarily in its Traffic Division. Working in this capacity, I have seen some bad accidents and, unfortunately, most of the time it involves the misuse of alcohol or…

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School Safety Saves Lives

It’s back to school time and for many children, school is already in session. Today as I drove my son to school, I realized how important it is to use extra caution while driving, now that school is in session. This…

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7 Safety Tips to Prepare Your Social Media Profiles for Vacation

Original post authored by Ohio Insurance Institute and share with their permission.  Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms are popular forums for sharing special moments, life adventures and family vacations. While you may be encouraged to bring your entire…

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