Blog: Safety Tips
- What Are Some Driving Safety Tips for Rainy Roads?
October 26, 2021Read More
Rainy roads pose many dangers for drivers. The U.S. Department of Transportation states that weather-related car accidents claim almost 5,000 lives and injure more than 400,000 drivers and their passengers every year. Some of the best protections against poor weather are good tires that can give you better traction on wet roads, good wiper blades […]
- What are Common Retail Work Hazards?
August 02, 2021Read More
All workplaces have the potential for accidents, and different types of work environments have their own specific dangers. It is important to understand the risks involved with each job. Retail work has its own set of risks for employees. Most people may not realize that retail work can be dangerous. Below are some of the […]
- What Should Drivers Know About the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer?
May 12, 2021Read More
While the summer brings great joy, relaxation, and carefree attitudes, it is still a time to take caution. The warm weather brings out many people, which means drivers will travel more over the summer. When planning a trip to the beach, amusement park, or a day out, it is important to remember safety precautions. When […]
- How can Lifeguards Stay Safe During Summer?
May 10, 2021Read More
Lifeguards have a job that can appear easy, but it is actually quite demanding. Whether guarding a pool, lake, or the ocean, lifeguards must be aware of the status of all swimmers under their watch at all times. They must remain seated or essentially stationary throughout each shift while keeping constant focused attention on a […]
- How can I Drive Safely on Memorial Day Weekend?
May 03, 2021Read More
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of the summer travel season. Much of this travel will take place on highways as couples and families hit the road for a destination vacation. With Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions slowly loosening up and vaccinations increasing, more people may be on the roads this summer than last year. However, […]
- Learn the Importance of COPD Awareness Month
November 16, 2020Read More
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is an umbrella term that covers a group of lung diseases; most notably, it includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. COPD affects roughly 16 million Americans. Additionally, it is estimated that millions more people have some form of COPD that is untreated. There is no cure for COPD, however, there are […]
- Issues with Slip and Fall Accident Claims Regarding Retail Stores
February 20, 2020Read More
Recently, a jury awarded $3.64 million to a Bordentown man who injured his back at a Hamilton Staples store after falling over a merchandise tote placed in an aisleway. Staples intends to ask for a new trial, claiming the award is disproportionate to the injuries suffered by the plaintiff. The plaintiff endured multiple surgeries since […]
- FMCSA Delays Truck Driver Training
February 06, 2020Read More
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) delayed the Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) rule an additional two years to 2022. Originally expected to be implemented nationally in February 2020, the ELDT rule would work as mandatory safety and training guidelines for new truck drivers across the country, an occupation where there is no formal […]
- Winter Driving Safety Tips
January 24, 2020Read More
New Jersey enjoys four distinct seasons thanks to its geographic location. However, when the temperature drops, drivers can find themselves in risky situations if they are unprepared. By following a few safety tips, drivers can avoid potential car accidents and plan ahead. Drive Defensively Drivers should always drive cautiously, especially during the winter, and double-down […]
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