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.

Automatic Garage Door Safety

More than 45 percent of American homeowners with a garage say they use the garage door as the primary point of entry into their home. And for those with remote-controlled…

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Space Heaters Need Space

Portable heaters (aka space heaters) can be used to provide an efficient and economical source of supplemental heating to areas of your home. Because more than 25,000 residential fires and…

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How can I prevent a house fire?

According to ready.gov, “In just two minutes, a fire can become life-threatening.  In five minutes, a residence can be engulfed in flames.”  To prevent a fire from happening in your…

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Drowsy Driving Prevention

Drowsy driving is a form of distracted driving and can cause accidents that result in serious injury or death.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), “Drowsy driving…

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How to Create a Home Fire Safety Plan

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), between 2014-2018 more than three-quarters (77%) of all civilian fire deaths were caused by fires started in the home. While there are…

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