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The Real Consequences of Aggressive Driving      

According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), aggressive driving is extremely common and often results in serious or deadly injuries to those who are directly involved or are victims of the dangerous driving behaviors of others. In a recent report, the AAA documented that approximately 80% of all American drivers say they have expressed a[…]

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Electrical Injuries in the Workplace

In its annual “Injury Facts” report, the National Safety Council (NSC) determined that thousands of workers sustained injuries due to electrical hazards in the workplace and another 141 died. Employers need to take preventive steps to ensure that workers are protected from these lethal hazards, as well as to limit the number of workplace injuries[…]

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Traffic Signal Countdown Timers

In a recent study conducted by Oregon State University, traffic signal countdown timers—known as TSCTs—were shown to improve driver decision-making and traffic safety, reducing the chances of a car accident. Using a driver simulator, the OSU team of researchers studied 55 drivers in 1,100 intersection situations. Half of the drivers in the study used a[…]

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Nurses and COPD

How Working Around Disinfectants Increases Risks A recent medical study has determined that the use of disinfectants increases risks for developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in nurses who are routinely exposed in the workplace. COPD is a lung disease that makes it difficult to breath and can cause long term organ damage and result[…]

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Wintertime Vehicle Safety

As winter approaches, so do hazardous road conditions that lead to car accidents and result in serious injuries or death. According to data from the Department of Transportation (DOT), over 192,000 individuals sustain nonfatal injuries and 2,200 others are killed in wintertime auto accidents annually. With nearly 70% of the U.S. population living in areas[…]

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