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Safety Week 2017

“Safety Week gives us the opportunity to remind ourselves about the importance of caring about our people and their safety at work and at home. Safety and IIF are causes that are very near and dear to my heart, and I am proud to be the leader of a company that makes safety its top priority.” JCM

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Scaring Up a Few Safety Tips

Halloween is fast approaching, and as the days get shorter and the nights get colder, the scariest monsters aren’t ghouls and goblins, but new safety concerns. Trick-or-treating and costumes make this holiday a favorite among children (and some adults), but the National Highway Traffic Safety Admi

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Turning Up the Heat on CO Safety

Heat season in New York City officially began October 1, meaning landlords are required to provide tenants with heat once the outside temperature dips below 55 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 40 degrees Fahrenheit at night. While this season is great for pulling out the flannel and cozying up

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Be True to Your School Safety Plans

Every September, approximately 50 million students around the United States return to elementary and secondary schools. Of those 50 million, half of them take the bus every day. While buses are safer than driving or walking to school, accidents can and do still happen. Much like we give toolbox talk

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Crash Course in Thunderstorm Safety

Thousands of thunderstorms form across the United States every year as part of the average weather cycle. Thunderstorms bring lightning, heavy rain, high winds, and in some cases, hail. Since being struck by lightning is more likely to send you to the hospital than turn you into the Flash, it’s im

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Hot Tips on Summer Safety

The average high temperatures in New York City and Philadelphia during July and August are in the mid-to-upper-80s, but as this summer has proved, it often feels a whole lot hotter. Even for those of us not working on a jobsite, the daily tasks of commuting to work, performing chores around the hous

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Diving Into Beach Safety

We can all agree there is nothing better than sun and surf during the warm summer months; according to the US Lifesaving Association, American beaches received over 370 million visitors in 2015, more than the population of the United States! However, in the same year, over 95,000 swimmers had to be

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Having a Blast with Safety

Having a Blast with Safety Americans take the phrase “the rockets’ red glare” to heart around the Fourth of July, but the omnipresent displays of red, white, and blue fireworks can be dangerous if not handled properly. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, an average of 230 peop

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