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Avoiding Water Issues in Your Home

Water damage is one of the worst problems that homeowners can run into. Not only can it be incredibly expensive to repair, depending on the extent of the damage, but it can also create the potential for mold and mildew...

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Safety Tips for Company Vehicles

Whether you have one company car or an entire fleet of vans, you want to make sure you’re taking the right safety steps. Follow these tips to reduce accidents, keep employees safe, and protect your business vehicles. ...

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Upgrading Your Windows - How to Choose What's Best for Your House

You may not give the windows on your home much thought, but they can actually make a big difference not just in your comfort level, but also in the value of your home. You'll have a wide range of options to choose from,...

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Driver Qualification Checklist

Your business depends on your drivers and the decisions they make on the road. Make sure you’re hiring safe drivers with this free driver qualification checklist from EMC Insurance Companies https://bit.ly/2VNy3lt #...

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How to Choose Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are essential for any home, so you should ensure that your house is equipped with them. You should have detectors in the main living areas on each floor, including in every bedroom...

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How to Make a Fire Safety Plan

No one likes to think about the possibility of a fire in their home, but this is one situation where it definitely pays to be prepared. This is especially true if you have children or pets in your home. Read on to learn...

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5 Safety Tips to Reduce Workplace-Related Injuries

As a business owner and employer, it is your moral and legal obligation to keep your employees safe and healthy at all times. Despite your intentional efforts to keep their work environment as safe as possible,...

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7 Common Workplace Safety Hazards

The consultants at the National Safety Council have identified seven common safety hazards. How many are in your workplace-and what can you do about it? https://bit.ly/2YUlYXM - - National Safety Council consultants...

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Do you know your pictograms?

Test your knowledge with this pictogram chart: https://bit.ly/3izZRmy There's a secret weapon in the chemical safety industry: Pictograms. While the use of pictograms on labels was adopted by OSHA in 2015, the uptake of...

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Benefits of Using a Dash Cam

More and more people these days are choosing to add dash cams to their vehicles, and for good reason. These small cameras can be highly useful to you, especially in the event that you get a traffic ticket or are...

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Swimming Safety: 10 Tips for Summer

Summer is here and people are flocking to the water — whether it’s the beach, a lake, a river or a backyard pool. But, wherever there’s water, there’s also danger. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...

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Your Guide to Fire Extinguisher Types

k - eetAll fires are not created equal. That’s why not all fire extinguishers are the same-and why it’s important for employees to know which type is needed for any fire that flares up in your workplace. What Are the...

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Walking (and driving) in a winter wonderland

I don’t know about you, but I have noticed many more people out and about as the coronavirus pandemic lingers. In my neighborhood, people are jogging, pushing baby carriages, chasing toddlers, walking dogs and riding...

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Porch Safety: Should You Leave the Lights On?

It seems like a no-brainer to leave the lights on outside your home to deter burglars while you’re away (or even while you’re asleep). But does that really work? Or is it just a waste of electricity — particularly this...

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The cold is setting in; 5 tips to keep warm

Keep your home and family safe and warm by preparing for winter weather. As temperatures drop and winter takes hold in many parts of the country, now is a good time to prepare for the winter chill and to be reminded of...

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10 Things to do to Prepare Your Home for Fall

Fall is a wonderful time - if your home is ready for it. So enjoy the last few weeks of warmer weather, but do a little preventative maintenance while you’re at it. You’ll fix small problems before they become big, and...

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Tips for Power Tool Safety

What would you do without power tools? Well, you’d probably take on fewer home-improvement projects — and probably have a lot more calluses on your hands. Thankfully, you don’t have to do without. But you do have to use...

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Keep Your Pets Safe in a Disaster

A safe home, a regular routine, a soft bed – the things that bring you comfort bring your pet comfort, too. It’s so important to give some advance thought to how you’d handle your pet responsibilities during and after a...

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5 Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

Every year, unintentional carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning (not linked to fires) sends 20,000 people to the emergency room and causes more than 4,000 hospitalizations. And, you might consider them the fortunate ones. CO...

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