Archive for the ‘Safety’ Category

Farm Safety for Kids is Critical

April 28th - By  | Farm & Agriculture, Safety | 1 Comment »

Farms can be a fun place to grow up. They have sunshine, fresh air and lots of room to play. A farm is also a place of work; work which involves machinery that can be dangerous. This is especially so if someone doesn’t know how to be safe, and even more so when children are… Read more


Can You Walk and Chew Gum at the Same Time?

April 21st - By  | General Liability, Safety | No Comments »

That’s the old question, but the 2014 question is …… Can you walk and use your cell phone at the same time? Evidently not!  Injuries to distracted walkers are on the rise. According to a 2013 study conducted by researchers at Ohio State University, using injury reports from 100 hospitals around the country, the number… Read more


Infrared Thermography

April 7th - By  | Property, Safety | No Comments »

Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there.  Children may use that excuse when fearing “the monster under the bed”.  As a loss control consultant, I use that excuse when discussing the vulnerabilities of an electrical system.  Luckily, there is technology for this to help us see these so called “monsters under… Read more


Animal Crossings – The signs Don’t Lie

March 25th - By  | Automobile, Safety | 2 Comments »

As we travel down the road, we are bombarded with distractions.  We typically don’t read every sign we pass.  However, one important message we shouldn’t ignore are animal crossings.  Here in the Northeast, we don’t have to travel too far out of our cities and towns to come across vast backwoods, where many species reside…. Read more


Does Your Safety Program Earn You a Gold Medal?

February 25th - By  | General Liability, Safety | No Comments »

As the Winter Olympics progressed over the past 16 days, each of us was captured by the excitement, the energy, the successes and the failures of athletes from around the world.  Each worked months and years to train and prepare for his/her specific event.  Only a few will come home with a gold medal, some… Read more