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10 Tips for Grilling Safety

Grilling all different types of foods has become increasingly popular and more often than not, can be done year-round! This fun cooking technique also brings the risk of open fire. The following are a few simple tips to keep you and your family safe while grilling your next culinary creation.
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How Can I Protect My Workers From Heat Illness?

As the summer sun continues to warm things up, there are some precautions that employers should take to protect their workers from the heat. Without the proper precautions, excessively warm working conditions can lead to decreased productivity, increased accidents rates, illnesses, and even fatalities. Here are a few tips to help prevent heat illness on your job sites:
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Protecting Your Bike From Theft

The National Bike Registry estimates that two million bicycles are stolen each year in the U.S. and only a small percentage of them are ever recovered. And the problem has been growing since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, as more people have turned to bicycles as their main mode of transportation.
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Cellphones and Driving

Cellphones continue to be one of the biggest distractions to today’s drivers. It is not uncommon to see drivers on their phones talking, texting, streaming music, looking up directions, or even “quickly” surfing the web. This type of distracted behavior endangers not only the driver, but also everyone else on the road.
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Bonfire Safety

Many people enjoy the warmer months by gathering with friends around a fire or toasting marshmallows with their families. If you’re planning on enjoying a bonfire this summer, keep the following safety tips in mind:
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Five Tips for Sharing the Road with Bicyclists

It’s important for bicyclists to ride responsibly, but it’s also vital that motorists drive attentively to keep the roads safe. Here are some tips for sharing the road with bicyclists:
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