Monthly Archives: May 2017

28 05, 2017

Stay Safe from Falls

By |2017-10-27T20:13:19+00:00May 28th, 2017|Articles|

Falls represent a serious hazard. In 2015, falls at home resulted in 21,100 deaths, according the 2017 edition of “Injury Facts,” a National Safety Council chartbook.

Bathrooms, in particular, can be danger zones when it comes to falls. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that about 235,000 people older than 15 visit emergency rooms each year because of bathroom-related injuries.

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25 05, 2017

Unsafe Behaviors ARE Your Choice

By |2017-09-21T16:04:00+00:00May 25th, 2017|Articles|

I bet there are hundreds, or even thousands of people celebrating their wedding anniversary today. I’m celebrating an anniversary of sorts as well. Twenty-seven years ago today I was forced, by a hit-and-run driver, head-on into the path of a 26,000 pound Peterbuilt tri-axle dump truck. Obviously I survived, but trust me when I say that it was a miracle.  Ironically, I was at the time working in the transportation safety industry via an insurance company, studying unsafe driver behaviors. I even followed my own advice, but the speed and circumstances were too much for my skills and abilities.

21 05, 2017

Distracted Driving – Stay Focused

By |2017-10-27T20:01:47+00:00May 21st, 2017|Articles|

One could argue that, for most people, we become worse drivers the more we drive. Specifically, we become complacent. We forget how dangerous driving is and it becomes just another part of our day. That’s because the better we become at a skill, the more likely we’re able to do it without much thought. That’s called automaticity. People get so careless that the car can become a time and place to get things done, whether it’s eating breakfast on the go or calling a friend. Essentially, distracted driving happens, and it’s one of the most dangerous habits that any

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