Child safety seats, used properly, can reduce the risk of injury, or death, by as much as 71 percent for infants and 54 percent for toddlers.
Content tagged with "safety"
A dirty chimney due to creosote buildup may be the last thing you're thinking about when warming up next to your fire.
From slips to falls to physical damage, winter weather can pose a potential risk to your business.
Most truck drivers experience back pain at some point in their careers, here are tips on how to save you from some back aches.
A recent study found that 71 percent of large-truck crashes occurred when the truck driver was doing something besides driving the truck.
Safety belt use remains one of the cheapest, easiest, and most important means to protect commercial motor vehicle drivers, like long-haul truckers.
In Executive Order #1, every Wisconsin resident aged 5 or older is required to wear a face covering. Learn more about it here.
This webinar will focus on understanding the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse).
One way to lower your insurance rates is to operate as safe of a school or school district as possible. Below, we’ve outlined three ways you can take proactive steps to ensure your administrators, teachers, support staff, and students have as much protection as possible.
We’ve put together a quick piece on how you can stay safe while you enjoy the summer with vehicles you can add to your personal insurance portfolio.
It's a good time to educate yourself and drivers alike on the rules of the road around school busses, in school zones, dangers of distracted driving and how to keep pedestrians safe.
Many Americans plan getaways to escape their hectic daily schedules, but isn't it ironic that in the process of planning your vacation the stress level is at an all-time high?
Learn more about navigating through workman's compensation.
Join us as we discuss what to do next as the federal, state, and local governments reopen the economy.