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  • Watch for Motorcycles Especially on Wet Roadways
    Watch for Motorcycles Especially on Wet Roadways

    Let’s face it. Wet roadways increase the risk of something harmful impacting anyone traveling that route, but it’s very threatening to a person operating a motorcycle or riding one as a passenger. The ...

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  • Never Assume the Bicyclist Sees or Hears Your Vehicle
    Never Assume the Bicyclist Sees or Hears Your Vehicle

    More and more people are travelling by bicycle. Unfortunately, not every city has responded with the kind of bicycle-only lanes that would keep these riders safe. Many bicyclists use the same streets ...

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  • Secure Scaffolding or Injuries Can Occur
    Secure Scaffolding or Injuries Can Occur

    Many construction projects require the erection of scaffolding. These structures allow builders to extend their work area upward as the completed levels of the building increase. If you are the ...

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  • Failure to Wear Safety Clothing Leads to Personal Injury
    Failure to Wear Safety Clothing Leads to Personal Injury

    No one likes being told what to do, especially not a New Yorker. That is even truer when it comes to how we express ourselves with our wardrobes. That’s one reason we sometimes avoid wearing safety ...

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  • Falling Down the Stairs is More Common than You Think
    Falling Down the Stairs is More Common than You Think

    Falls down stairs are most common among people over the age of 65. However, they happen more frequently than people think in younger age groups. Such falls are not limited to the homes in which people ...

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  • Avoid Accidents—Never Take Safety Shortcuts
    Avoid Accidents—Never Take Safety Shortcuts

    Safety first! This is the motto that should govern your life. Accidents happen when people are inattentive and unaware of what is going on around them. They also occur when individuals take safety ...

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