Archives: July 2014

Cyber Risk Prevention

According to IT Business Edge, 50% of businesses listed cyber security as one of their top five business risks. “With the revelations of the National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance program and retail store Target’s breach of confidential credit card information, this heightened awareness has been justified and provided warning of the need for awareness and mitigation of this risk.” Kachina Shaw A cyber-attack can create... Read Article

How to Set Up a Safety Program

Developing a company wide safety program can be one of the best things you will do for your business. There are many benefits to your business including an engaged workforce, lower workers compensation costs, and reduced workplace injuries.  Here is a simple overview of how to get a safety program started. STEP ONE-  Make sure all managers and owners are one hundred percent behind establishing... Read Article

July 4th Safety Tips

Fireworks during the Fourth of July are as American as apple-pie, but did you know that two out of five fires reported on that day are started by fireworks, more than for any other cause? So you think it cannot happen to you? Here are a few facts: In 2013 over 9,000 people went to the emergency room as a result of fireworks related injuries.... Read Article

Teen Drivers: Safety Tips For New Drivers

As the parent of a teen driver, you may be wondering whether the hands-on-training and various precautions you've taken are going to be enough to keep your child safe when behind the wheel. Whether your child is driving to school, driving to a friend's house, or going on a road trip, safety is of utmost concern. Car accidents are one of the leading causes of death for drivers between... Read Article