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  • Vineland Car Collision with Van Leaves Fatality and Multiple Injuries

    February 09, 2018

    On Thursday morning, a car collision with a van led to a fatality and multiple personal injuries. In Vineland, New Jersey, the fatal car accident occurred around 6:18 am when the two vehicles collided. The driver of the car succumbed to his fatal injuries at the scene of the crash while 11 van occupants sustained […]

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  • Trump Administration Changes Truck Industry Rules

    February 08, 2018

    The Trump administration has been reversing Obama-era regulations in various industries, and the trucking industry is no exception. How these reversals will impact road safety is a major public concern. Currently, about 4,000 fatalities occur annually involving trucks, and that number is trending upwards. Eliminating truck safety regulations should only accelerate the trend. Electronic Logging […]

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  • Preventing Winter Slip and Fall Accidents

    February 06, 2018

    Although spring is just around the corner, January and February are the coldest months of the year, a factor that may contribute to dangerous walking conditions during periods of inclement weather. To avoid injuries associated with slip and fall accidents, the following tips and precautions should be kept in mind: Plan Ahead If you know […]

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  • New Jersey Traffic Fatalities

    February 01, 2018

    The number of people fatally injured in car accidents on New Jersey roads has risen over the past four years and is now higher than it has been in the last decade. There were over 600 traffic fatalities in 2017, a 16 percent increase since 2013, when the number of fatalities was at the lowest […]

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  • Car Safety Adaptations Needed for Older Drivers

    January 29, 2018

    As people age, they often experience physical difficulties, including reduced muscle strength, reduced visual capabilities, and slower reaction times. Reductions in bone density, an issue that impacts women, makes older adults shorter than they were during earlier parts of their lives. These challenges can make it more difficult for an individual to safely operate a […]

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  • Age and Workplace Safety Culture Intersect

    January 24, 2018

    By 2025, millennials, individuals born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s, are projected to comprise 75 percent of the global workforce. Millennials are replacing workers of the baby boomer generation, those who were born between 1946 and 1964. In certain industries, such as manufacturing, mass retirements will mean a significant hit to many […]

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  • Gaming App Causes Car Accidents

    January 22, 2018

    A recent study conducted by two Purdue University economists illustrated the impact Pokémon Go, a popular gaming app, had on the number of car accidents in the United States. In the app, players use their smartphone cameras to view three-dimensional graphics of fictional monsters against real world backgrounds using their phones’ GPS capabilities. The goal […]

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  • Flooring Causes Slip and Fall Injuries

    January 17, 2018

    Many different injuries can result from a slip and fall accident, such as broken bones, soft tissue injuries, head trauma, and disfigurement. In many cases, slips and falls are preventable. A recent study conducted by CNA, an insurance and risk management services provider, discussed the different types of flooring, and how each type scored on […]

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  • Trucking Alliance Adopts AAA Safety Tech Recommendations

    January 15, 2018

    The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has been proactive in promoting policies that reduce accidents. Its mission is to prevent traffic fatalities and injuries by conducting research and educating the public about strategies to prevent accidents. The powerful Alliance for Driver Safety and Security, better known as the Trucking Alliance, has agreed that members must […]

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  • Driving with Pets Causes Distracted Driving

    January 13, 2018

    Pet owners traveling to the groomer, veterinarian, or pet boarder transport their pets in cars. Pets are safest when they are restrained, however, there are few laws requiring drivers to restrain their pets while driving. States that have pet restraint laws are often unspecific, requiring that some type of restraint be used for transport, which […]

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