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Four Fire Protection Terms You Need to Know

When you run a business, you need to learn as much as you can about your fire protection systems.

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Keeping Control of Your Car

Losing control of your car is a scary experience. Hitting the brakes or turning the wheel and not having the car respond as it should can cause you to feel helpless. But, simply hoping that your car will never skid is not the answer to feeling more in control. Understanding what makes your car skid and learning how to prevent it are the first steps. You must also learn how to steer out of skid.

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Staying Out of the Line of Fire

Ever held a cup while pouring hot coffee into it? Or held a nail for someone else wielding a hammer? In both instances, you’re putting yourself in the line of fire. If something goes wrong, injury could result.

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Safe Driving at Night

Driving home after work or at night can be risky, particularly if you are tired.

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Ladders Can Be Dangerous

Who would think a ladder with very few moving parts could be dangerous.

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Understanding and Avoiding Near Misses

"If It's Not Safe, STOP.....Do It the Safe Way."

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What Should I Do After a Vehicle Accident Happens?

An unexpected car accident can leave you feeling a bit scattered.

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How to Drive Safely in Strong Wind and Rain

Driving in conditions that involve strong or heavy wind and rain may not seem like the most pressing safety concern for many drivers, but our safety professionals know that driving in any type of severe weather can significantly increase your risk and potential for a dangerous situation for you, your family and other drivers.

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Top 10 Causes of Distracted Driving - and What They All Have in Common

It’s no surprise that distracted driving is a major cause of car-related injuries and deaths. In fact, it’s estimated that roughly 25% of motor vehicle accident fatalities are a result of distracted driving.

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Winter Driving Tips

Severe weather can be both frightening and dangerous for automobile travel. Motorists should know the safety rules for dealing with winter road emergencies. We remind motorists to be cautious while driving in adverse weather. Many of you may be traveling out of town for the holidays and entering unfamiliar area of the country where weather conditions may become a hazard.

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One Text or Call, Could Wreck It All

Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America's roadways. In 2010 alone, over 3,000 people were killed in distracted driving crashes.

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Think Safety

If you were asked to define “Safety” in one word, what would be your reply?

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Mosquito Season Safety Tips

Prevention of mosquito bites is your best bet to avoid infection by West Nile Virus and other mosquito-borne illnesses!

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Chemical Safety Tips for the Home

Chemicals serve important functions in our daily lives. In fact, it’s hard to imagine life without them. However, when chemicals are used improperly they can be hazardous. Learning how to properly use, store, and dispose of these products can help you avoid unnecessary injury and illness and protect the environment.

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Slow Down, It Can Save a Life!

Driving at a higher than reasonable speed increases your risk in two ways: it cuts your reaction time and results in more energy (that must be dissipated in any collision). You should consider if the risks are worth the gain.

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