Step Ladder Safety

Step Ladder Safety   Most of us use step ladders from time to time at our worksites, in the office, or at home. Applying the following safe practices and a little common sense while using step ladders will help you … Continued

Swimming Pool Safety

Swimming Pool Safety Did you know that drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury-related death among children ages 1-4? If you have a pool in your yard, protect your children (and those in your neighborhood) by observing the following … Continued

Poison Prevention

Poison Prevention A poison is any substance that can cause harmful effects in the body. Millions of people are unintentionally poisoned every year, and children under the age of six are at the greatest risk.   Poison Proof Your Homeā€¦. … Continued

Drive Safely

Drive Safely   More than six million motor vehicle crashes occur in the United States each year. They are the leading cause of death for individuals ages 2-34, and the leading cause of acquired disability nationwide. Utilizing the following safe … Continued

Save Your Back

Save your Back   After the common cold, lower-back problems are the most common cause of lost work time and compensation in adult under the age of 45. Such pain results in $1.26 billion in compensation and medical costs each … Continued

Hand Tool Safety

Hand Tool Safety Almost everyone uses hand tools at work and at home. As harmless as many may seem, it is estimated that about 8 percent of industrial accidents involve unsafe use of hand tools (booth manual and power). Following … Continued

Personal Safety Tips

Personal Safety Tips Protect yourself in public by utilizing the following personal safety tips: Be alert to your surroundings and the people around you, especially if you are alone, or it is dark. (Wearing headphones, or texting/ talking on a … Continued

Portable Fire Extinguishers

Portable Fire Extinguishers Every household should have UL Listed, multi-purpose, portable fire extinguishers strategically placed in rooms such as the kitchen, garage or workshop. Please test your smoke alarms and inspect your fire extinguishers monthly. Portable fire extinguishers should be … Continued

Personal Safety Tips

PROTECT YOURSELF IN PUBLIC BY UTILIZING THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL SAFETY TIPS:   Be alert to your surroundings, and the people around you, especially if you are alone or if it is dark. (Wearing headphones, or texting/talking on a cell phone … Continued

Electrical Safety Tips

Electrical shocks and fires injure thousands of people each year. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in Washington D.C., electrical wiring problems cause more than 40,000 residential house fires each year. TOP 10 ELECTRICAL SAFETY TIPS… Don’t ignore … Continued