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Did You Know? Hidden Hazards Associated with Common Landscaping Practices

August 15, 2022

According to the Professional Safety Journal landscape edging is a cause of injuries to pedestrians as a result of tripping or lacerations due to the sharp edging sometimes protruding from the ground. Sidewalks and edging related falls are also a major cause of occupational injuries for courier and delivery related occupations. Based on 2020 estimates...

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NHTSA Launches Campaign to Combat Speeding

August 8, 2022

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) over 11,000 people were killed in crashes that involved speeding in 2020. This was a 17% increase from 2019. About 25% of drivers 18 to 44 involved in fatal crashes were...

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How are Incidents Investigated According to OSHA?

July 28, 2022

In incidents where a worker was hurt or in “close calls” (an incident in which an injury could’ve occurred but did not), OSHA strongly encourages employers to investigate the circumstances. Investigating a worksite incident such as a fatality, illness, or close call helps employers...

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Crash Reporting for Level 2 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: What Does the Data Show?

July 25, 2022

Did you know that in June 2021, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a Standing General Order (the General Order) requiring identified manufacturers and operators...

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What Is Global Road Safety?

July 15, 2022

Did you know that in June 2022, Ministers met for the first-ever “high-level” meeting of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly on Global Road Safety? It is no surprise to anyone that road safety affects everyone – from the motorists driving the vehicles, to cyclists and pedestrians. According to the World Health Organization...

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What Do You Need to Know About Unexpected Power Outages?

July 11, 2022

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) there are certain things you can do to act when the power goes out unexpectedly.
For example, to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning you should use pressure washers, grills, and similar items outdoors only. Generators should be used...

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