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  • What Are the Most Dangerous Toys of 2021?

    Toy safety is a critical concern throughout the year, especially during the holiday season. Gift-givers should use caution when choosing toys for the children on their lists, especially those who are 5 years old and younger. The statistics around toy safety are sobering. According to World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.) one child is treated[…]


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    The Top 10 Most Commonly Cited Workplace Safety Violations for 2021

    OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) just released its updated list of the top ten most commonly cited workplace safety violations for this calendar year. Again, the same safety violations (hazard communication, fall protection, and others) top the list, indicating a significant need for a major safety overhaul aimed at protecting workers from preventable[…]


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    Is Post-Concussion Syndrome Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

    Workers who suffer head injuries on the job might develop post-concussion syndrome. This condition causes prolonged dizziness and other serious symptoms that make it impossible to return to work. Post-concussion syndrome is covered by Workers’ Compensation, however, it is not always easy to prove that it is a direct result of a work accident. One[…]


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    How Can I Keep My Child Safe in the Car?

    In 2019, about 183,000 children were injured in traffic accidents, and hundreds of these injuries were fatal, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Many of these injuries and deaths could have been prevented. Parents can help keep their children safe in the car by doing the following: Purchase approved car[…]


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    Drunk Driving and Holidays Do Not Mix

    Holidays are a time to celebrate, whether it is Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s, or another holiday. Alcohol is often a part of these holiday celebrations. However, there are many reasons why drunk driving and holidays do not mix. Tragically, more than 10,000 people die each year in drunk driving car accidents, according to the[…]


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