"Safety" Archives

  1. Rebuilding After a Disaster

    by Cameron Bramwell

    Category: SafetySeasonal

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    Hurricanes, fires and other disasters can cause widespread devastation that threatens the safety of your family and home. But once a disaster passes, you aren’t necessarily out of danger. If your home is damaged, it may not offer sufficient protection for your family. Plus, assessing damage and the rebuilding process itself can be costly, even […]

  2. Items to Consider Following a Motor Vehicle Accident

    by Cameron Bramwell

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    A motor vehicle collision can be a stressful experience for everyone involved. To respond appropriately, there are a number of critical post-crash steps you need to keep in mind—steps that can help get your insurance in order or even save a life. Remember to do the following: Turn off your vehicle and stay on the […]

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  3. What Determines Vehicle Safety Ratings?

    by Cameron Bramwell

    Although every vehicle sold in the United States must meet minimum safety requirements, the government also uses safety ratings to encourage consumers to purchase safe vehicles as well as to encourage manufacturers to focus on safety features. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) 5-Star Safety Ratings measure the likelihood of an injury occurring in […]

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  4. Safe Driving on Slick Roadways

    by Cameron Bramwell

    Winter weather can present many driving headaches for drivers, slick roadways being one of them. Most skids can be prevented by simply adjusting driving to the conditions and remembering how to recover if you should come in contact with a slick surface. Skid-Free Driving Remember these tips to avoid a dangerous accident when roads are […]

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  5. Keeping Your Clients Safe at Your Office Building

    by owner

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    Being concerned about the safety and well being of your employees on site is a given. The last thing you want to happen is an accident or injury that could cost your business dearly. However, have you ever thought about the safety of your customers? If you run a business that requires clients to come […]

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  6. No Spare Tire? This Could Lead to Dangerous Roads Ahead!

    by owner

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    Do you understand the importance of having a spare tire? Whether you call it a spare, donut, or extra tire, as a driver, you should understand that this is an essential part of your vehicle. If you do not have one when you get a flat tire, then this could be a very dangerous situation. […]

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  7. Summer’s Hot Weather Means Potential Power Outages!

    by owner

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    As temperatures continue to rise, you should take safety precautions for your business. It is important as a leader to be aware of the potential risks that go along with power outages. Helping support your employees with the proper equipment such as a generator can prepare you for the worst case scenarios. Having a strategy […]

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  8. Caring for Your Dog at Home with Shelter and Love

    by owner

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    It is always a tragedy to hear when certain owners of pets don’t take care of them properly. If you decide to take on the responsibility of caring for a dog or any other animal, you should create an environment that is comfortable, safe, and loving. Once an pet is in your home, their needs […]

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