Safety & Prevention

Fire Prevention Week: What You Need to Know

Tips and Advice to Build Your Safety Program

Let's Talk about Mental Health

Mental health’s growing presence in the world makes it more than a hashtag, something you read about in the news or see on television. ...
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How Senior Living Centers Can Navigate the Next Stage of COVID-19

Considerations for containing the spread of COVID-19 in senior living centers as we look to the future.

5 Tips to Reduce Food Spoilage in Your Restaurant

Food safety is a major concern for a restaurant owner. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), restaurants are th...

How to Survive Flu Season

A good offense is the best defense during flu season. Being proactive about prevention will help you and the people you serve avoid spreadin...

Three Real Risks for your Church this Holiday Season

Most congregations will see an increase in attendance over the coming days as many individuals will come to church for the Christmas holiday...

Keeping Your Head Above the Water: A Guide to Safe Swimming

While cooling off and splashing around leads to laughs and memories, swimming is also extremely dangerous. Every day, approximately 10 peopl...
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Find a Safe Space to Ride Out the Storm

The U.S. experiences over 100,000 thunderstorms each year, and approximately 10 percent of these storms are classified as severe. Severe thu...
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Workers' Compensation Recordkeeping

Businesses are required to keep two types of workers’ compensation (WC) records. The first is required by approved State Occupational Safe...