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  • Ways to Protect Your Loved Ones This Hurricane Season

    Every year, June marks the start of the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs through October. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), American consumers face increased risks for carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, electrocution, and fires associated with the influx of severe storms and hurricanes. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning One of the biggest risk factors for[…]

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    Safety Tips for Celebrating This Memorial Day

    Memorial Day, which commemorates those who served our country by making the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom, falls on Monday, May 30th. As Memorial Day also often marks the unofficial start to the summer season, millions of Americans will be barbecuing, swimming, and hitting the road to visit family and friends. After taking a[…]

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    Kid Safety Alert: TV and Furniture Tip-Over Incidents Continue to Cause Injury and Death

    According to a recently released Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report, tip-over incidents continue to cause too many avoidable injuries and fatalities, primarily in children under the age of 18. Although there was a 55% decrease in emergency-department (ED) treated tip-over injuries in people of all ages from 2011 to 2020, thousands of children continue[…]

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    Façade Work Hazards

    Construction workers have dangerous jobs; according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), construction has the highest fatality rate of any industry. Façade work, particularly when workers perform it on scaffolding, is especially treacherous. A façade is the exterior face or wall of a building. Workers usually conduct façade work at elevated heights, which[…]

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    Local News: Philly Traffic Deaths Jump Despite Fewer Cars on the Road

    A recent Vision Zero report confirmed that last year, the city of Philadelphia saw an 88% increase in traffic deaths despite there being a near 20% total decrease in traffic volume on local roadways. Created in 2016, Philadelphia’s Vision Zero program aims to eliminate traffic fatalities involving motor vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists by 2030. Although[…]

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