Halloween Safety Tips: 10 Ways to Stay Safe this Year

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Halloween is one of the most exciting days of the year for many kids, but it also can be dangerous. According to the National Safety Council, the month of October usually has some of the highest rates for vehicle and pedestrian accidents, probably because of how many pedestrians are on the road on Halloween night. Fortunately, you and your children can stay safe by following some Halloween safety tips. Whether you’re taking your kids trick-or-treating, going to a party, or decorating your home, it’s important to take the right precautions. Here are 10 of the most important Halloween safety tips: 1….

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Labor Day Safety Tips

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Most people consider Labor Day as the end of summer and the final opportunity to hit the beach, travel, or fire up their grills. However, safety is a key component of fun and relaxation. There are various safety tips to help people have a risk free and fun holiday. Remaining alert at the beach, on the road, or even at cookouts, is vital in ensuring Labor Day safety as you spend time with family and friends. Road-trip Careless driving and poor use of pedestrian paths is one of the leading causes of accidents on the roads during Labor Day holidays….

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Spring Safety Tips: 5 Ways To Avoid A Personal Injury Accident

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The brutal winter is finally ending, and the sunshine encourages people to be outside. Spring is a time to bask in the warmer temperatures; however, there are many hazards that come along with this season too. Here are five spring safety tips to keep you safe and to avoid a personal injury incident this year. Driving and Pedestrian Safety It’s time to get out the convertibles and let the good times roll. However, it’s imperative to be safe when behind the wheel of a car. Kids will be rolling by on bikes and pedestrians will be walking all around. The…

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