Bicycle Safety: Commuting for Work or Play

Bicycling is one of the best ways to get exercise, see the sights, and reduce your carbon footprint. However, bicyclists face a host of hazards. They often must share the road with vehicles, and injuries can happen even on a designated path. With about 80 million bicyclists sharing the road with motorized vehicles, it is vital bicyclists – and drivers – take some safety precautions. Continue Reading →

Practicing Job Site Safety Is A Requirement

Do you take chances at home, work, or play? Have you ever cut corners and done something at risk? Are you a gambler and willing to take chances? Continue Reading →

When Disaster Strikes Will YOU Be Ready?

Every year, thousands of people are impacted by severe weather and natural disasters, such as earthquakes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, floods, hurricanes, and ice or snow storms. We can’t control when or where disaster will strike, however, we can be prepared by knowing what to do before, during, and after a severe weather event. Continue Reading →

Sun Safety Tips

It is natural to want to be outdoors, especially in the sun, but it all comes at a cost. The #1 cause of skin cancer is exposure to Ultraviolent or UV rays. Aside from cancer, too much exposure to UV can cause sunburn, eye damage, and premature wrinkles. So what can you do to protect yourself? Wear sunscreen with a high Sun Protection Factor or SPF, wear a hat that covers your face, ears, and neck, use sunglasses that offer protection from UV light, wear UV block or SPF clothing, but the best option is to limit the time outside during the greatest exposure to UV and that is between 10am and 4pm. Continue Reading →