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Fireworks Safety Tips for the 4th

The Fourth of July is quickly approaching. People are stocking up on food, drinks, and fireworks. Fireworks are known for being fun and loud, but they can also be very dangerous. Here are some tips for staying safe if you…

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Swim Safely: Avoid Dock Shock

Summer months should be filled with family fun and many people spend time on freshwater ponds, pools, lakes, and rivers keeping cool. Swimming always comes with risks, but even those who don’t enter the water need to be aware of…

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Jump Into Summer Safely: Trampoline Tips

Now that school’s out for the summer, entertaining the kids becomes a full time job! When they’re not at camps, practices, etc. throughout the day, outside play is always a great option. Kids love jumping, and trampolines have maintained their…

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5 Tips To Stay Safe on the Road This Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a day dedicated to the remembrance of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Many Americans celebrate with cookouts, parties, and time at the lake or beach with family and friends. Regardless of how you…

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Keeping Your Home Office Safe

Telecommuting (working from home) is growing in popularity. According to Global Work Play Analytics, the number of U.S. workers who do at least 50% of their work at home or some location other than a central office grew by 115%…

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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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Loss Control: “Not another safety training blog!?”

Recently, I went to a meeting where the guest speaker presented a training session on ladder safety. My first reaction was, “Not another ladder safety training session!”  This had nothing to do with the quality or expertise of the presenter, nor…

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