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Outdoor Grill Safety 101 Who can resist a juicy hamburger straight from the grill? Check out the following tips to enjoy safe grilling:     - Keep flammable materials, such as leaves and other debris, away from the grill. Don't leave a grill unattended. READ MORE >>

Tech Fire Suppression for Commercial Cooking EMC Insurance History: On November 21, 1994, an Underwriters Laboratories (UL)® test standard entitled UL 300, Fire Testing of Fire Extinguishing Systems for Protection of Restaurant Cooking Areas®, went into effect. READ MORE >>

How Prework Screening Can Help Reduce Workers' Compensation Claims Krista Scott, Industrial Hygienist Look up the term “prework screening” and chances are you’ll find information about how drug testing, job history verification, criminal background checks and Social Security number traces can help protect your company from hiring questionable employees. READ MORE >>

Unified Registration System: Clients with Trucks Must Comply by Tommy Ruke Do you know what a “motor carrier” is? More important, do you know how your definition compares to that of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)? One thing’s for sure: It’s not your father’s trucker anymore. READ MORE >>

Insurance 101 for new business owners If you’re thinking about starting a small business, you know a thing or two about taking risks. Your entrepreneurial spirit is not only commendable, it’s critical to keeping our economy going. But at the same time, it’s smart business to limit your risks however and wherever you can. READ MORE >>

Six Strategies to Reduce Hotwork Losses If EMC Engineer Neil Wysocki had his way, all hotwork would be done in designated areas. “Without a doubt, a designated area for hotwork would significantly reduce the likelihood of a fire,” notes Wysocki. READ MORE >>

Five Ways to Celebrate National Forklift Safety Day June 14 is National Forklift Safety Day, and what better way to celebrate than with some forklift safety facts. In the United States, 1 in 6 of all workplace deaths are forklift-related Forklift-related accidents cost U.S. READ MORE >>

Protect Your Facility from Power Surges Monte Ball, Injury Services Manager You have a fire extinguisher and sprinkler system to protect your business from a fire, a first aid kit handy in the event an employee suffers an injury, but what about a comprehensive surge protection system to avoid damages caused by an electrical surge? READ MORE >>

How To Keep Your Workplace A Safe Space From constructions zones to office spaces, on-the-job injuries happen on a daily basis just about  anywhere. In fact, according to the National Safety Council, nearly 13,000 workers are hurt daily, which translates to one injury every seven seconds. READ MORE >>

 Prevent Credit Card Fraud Credit card fraud is one of the easiest forms of identity theft.. All that a crook needs is your credit card number, name, and address, and you just might become an identity theft victim.  Remember the following:  READ MORE >>

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