Safety Center

We want you to be safe…on the road, at home, and on the job. The information provided through the links below will help keep you and your family, or business, safe.

  • Safety on the Road – Driving a vehicle requires a great amount of concentration and focus. However, even under the best circumstances, accidents can happen. Learn about ways to avoid automobile accidents, such as deer-related accidents or those that happen during severe winter weather, as well as ways to keep your teenage driver safe.

 

  • Safety at Home – Home is a special place where you and your family feel safe and protected. Reinforce that safe feeling by performing routine maintenance and inspection on areas of your home, such as the electrical system. Don’t forget to pay special attention to added features, such as a wood-burning stove, which requires proper installation. And, plan a home emergency supply kit now, before you need it.

 

  • Safety on the Job – As an employer or employee, we all want safety on the job to be a priority. Establishing general safety guidelines is one way to get started to make the workplace a safer environment.

Winter Driving Safety

Winter can be a beautiful time of the year, especially when a fresh layer of snow covers the ground. Winter can also be a very dangerous time of year if…

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Avoiding Deer-Related Accidents

Accidents involving deer can happen any time of the year, but there are more deer near roads during the animal’s mating season in October, November, and December. And deer are…

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Teenage Driver Safety

Car crashes are the number one cause of death for teens just learning to drive. The majority of crashes are due to inexperience, which is inherent in new drivers, but…

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Baby-Proof Your Home

Start planning for your baby’s mobility before he or she begins to crawl. Taking time to babyproof your house will help keep your baby and toddlers safe. Remember that no…

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Outdoor Grilling Safety

As milder temperatures set in, many people begin to grill outdoors. To make the most out of your grilling season and keep everyone safe, review the user’s manual and safety…

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Trampolines – Keep kids safe

It may seem like a trampoline can provide hours of fun for your children, and perhaps their friends, but did you know the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) (www.aap.org) issued…

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Stay Safe in a House Fire

There’s nothing more unnerving than smelling smoke or seeing open flames inside your home. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that you have as little as one or two…

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