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More than 400 deaths and 49,500 injuries are expected on the roadways this July 4 weekend, the highest predicted number since 2008.
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The trend is so alarming it was included for the first time in Injury Facts®, the annual National Safety Council report that tracks data on unintentional injuries and deaths.
A merger or acquisition often means organizations must find a way to unite two safety cultures. The process presents challenges – and opportunities.
Are you more likely to be killed in a car crash or shot to death by an assailant? Is it really that rare to be struck by lightning?