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National Electrical Safety Month

The use of electricity is an integral part of our daily lives. We rely heavily on electricity, from appliances to computers to the use of electrical power lines. The month of May is National Electrical Safety Month, where we remind ourselves that we still need to practice safe habits when using electricity and to raise awareness to prevent avoidable electrical accidents.  » Read More

Dangers of Texting While Driving

Mobile phones have become an ever-present accessory for many of us. We depend on them to ensure we are always reachable as we tackle our daily activities. But too many drivers feel the need to be “reachable” even while driving. They are not getting the message that there is simply no safe way to text and drive.  » Read More

National Safety Stand Down Week

The annual Safety Stand Down Week takes place May 6 -10. Led by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in conjunction with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR), the National Safety Council (NSC), and others, the National Safety Stand Down is held each year to raise awareness of safety hazards in the workplace.  » Read More

Fabricated Metal Products Industry Hazards

According to recent data supplied by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are close to 1.5 million workers employed in fabricated metal product manufacturing in the United States. This industry’s main work transforms and treats metal parts through assembling, bending, cutting, stamping, forging, forming, and welding. There are subsectors of this manufacturing category, including machine shops, hardware, hand tools, cutlery,  » Read More

Prom Safe Driving Tips

For many high school students in the United States, prom is an exciting milestone, a night to spend with friends and classmates, making memories to last a lifetime. At this age, teens want a bit more freedom, especially on prom night. But prom season is as good a time as any to remind them about safe driving amid their celebrations.  » Read More

Can I Date Before the Divorce is Final?

Many people who have experienced a difficult marriage that is ending in divorce are eager to start fresh with someone new. However, getting involved with someone while divorce proceedings are still occurring may not be the wisest decision. In fact, entering into a romantic relationship with someone else can turn a divorce from smooth to sour,  » Read More