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Avoiding Disaster at the Gym

Many people choose to exercise at workout facilities such as gyms, recreation centers, and health clubs. In 2016, the total number of gym memberships in the U.S. was 57.25 million in over 36,000 facilities. While the increased physical activity is…

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Duck and Cover

Windstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires are just a few examples of extreme weather events that occur throughout the United States on a regular basis. It is often difficult for even the experts to predict the impact and severity of these…

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Set the Bar Higher for Safety

Holidays also evoke a sense of celebration…and drink specials at your favorite bar or restaurant. Whether it’s the champagne of New Year’s Eve, the green-tinted cocktails of St. Patty’s Day, or the margaritas of Cinco de Mayo, the commercial underwriter…

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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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