Every year more than 164,000 emergency room-treated injuries and 300 deaths in the US are caused by falls from ladders. Since March is Ladder Safety Month, here are some Basic Ladder Safety Tips from The American Ladder Institute which can help prevent serious injuries.Read More
Be prepared to lose an hour on Sunday when you should advance your clocks by one hour. The debate is on to eliminate this long-held practice and individual states are discussing the pros and cons of maintaining DST. Daylight Savings Time is also a good time to change batteries in your smoke...Read More
Every day over 2,000 Americans suffer from an eye injury. This means that almost one million Americans have experienced some vision loss due to eye injury which results in more than $300 million in lost work time, medical expenses and workman's compensation according to YourSightMatters.com. ...Read More
Malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016, the White House Council of Economic Advisers estimated in a report on Friday.
The report quoted the U.S. intelligence community as saying the main foreign culprits responsible for much cyber...Read More
Have you considered a career in insurance? It's more than a job, it's more than "selling" -- it's about working with a client to provide them with the very best insurance coverage to meet their needs and mitigate their risks. It's a rewarding career.
If you are interested in helping...Read More
Throughout the coldest months of the year, winter flooding is a country-wide risk.
What causes winter flooding?
Coastal flooding, ice jams, and rapid snowmelt cause water damage. High winds cause wide-spread tidal flooding and severe beach erosion. Strong winds cause water...Read More
Today, we observe Groundhog Day! According to USA Today - Punxsutawney Phil, the world's celebrity groundhog, was coaxed from his burrow in western Pennsylvania early Friday as an anxious nation watches to find out whether we'll have an early spring or six more miserable weeks of cold and snow...Read More
Smaller businesses have become targets for cybercriminals because criminals know they have fewer defense resources than large enterprises.
If cybercriminals can breach a small business and steal credentials (e.g. for banking accounts or email access), they can use that information to...Read More
Flu season is here and flu viruses are often passed from person to person. What can you recommend to your employees to prepare themselves and their workstations from these invisible bugs? Read on.
Prevention Tips:Read More
As we start the new year, it is a great time to check the following devices to insure they are in top working order.
Make sure the pin is intact and tamper seal is unbroken. Confirm the pressure gauge or indicator is in the operable range or...