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Adding Up The Impact

Adding Up The Impact

America’s drug crisis has made its way into the workplace.

While the unprecedented rise in fatal drug overdoses – largely from prescription painkillers – has concerned public health professionals and lawmakers for years, little has been said about the epidemic’s impact on e…
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Safety, Our Roads and Our Future

Safety, Our Roads and Our Future

​Blog – Almost every day, you can pick up a newspaper or scroll through the headlines online and find stories about the exciting possibilities a future of autonomous vehicles may provide.

These articles talk about everything from using automation features on a truck to haul beer i…
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Years of Training For One Instant

Years of Training For One Instant

​Blog – When I was 12 years old, I took a first aid/CPR class to fulfill requirements for a Boy Scout merit badge. After that, first aid/CPR training was an every-couple-of-years occurrence – through high school, in pursuit of my Eagle Scout rank, into college and through my first coupl…
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Debating the Affordable Care Act: What About Safety?

Debating the Affordable Care Act: What About Safety?

​Blog - There is a lot of talk about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) right now. Will it stay or will it go? What did it really do for us and how much did it cost us? Much of the conversation is focused on insurance coverage, as this is the area that most affected us as individuals. But wh…
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Stating A Case: Laws Save Lives

Stating A Case: Laws Save Lives

​Blog – Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety last week released the 14th edition of the Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws, which rates all 50 states and the District…
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Plan Ahead For A Safe Super Bowl

Plan Ahead For A Safe Super Bowl

​Blog – History suggests that Sunday's Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons will be the driving force behind festivities from coast to coast. Before last year's championship game, one survey found that more than Read More

Odorless, Colorless – and Deadly

Odorless, Colorless – and Deadly

Blog – For decades, packs of cigarettes have had warning labels on them, such as "Cigarettes cause fatal lung disease." But what if the same language was stamped on your own front door?

That's the danger radon gas can bring into a home. With Read More

Viral Video Grim Reminder of What Can Happen if Furniture is Not Secure

Viral Video Grim Reminder of What Can Happen if Furniture is Not Secure

​Blog – By now you may have seen the video from Utah, where a nanny cam showed how a 2-year-old boy was forced to pull a dresser off his twin brother after the dres…
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How We Can Solve the Addiction Crisis

How We Can Solve the Addiction Crisis

Blog – ​The knee-jerk response to the deepening addiction crisis has been to look to the government and public officials for solutions. This is a mistake. The real driver for change must come from the private sector.

Close to 70% of those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction …
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We Can Speed Toward Safety Today

We Can Speed Toward Safety Today

Blog – Our roadways remain dangerous. Today and every day this year more than 100 people will die on America's roads. And the trend is, unfortunately, upward. While the fully automated, self-driving car may indeed eventually be coming to the rescue, tens of thousands of people will die …
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