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Children are naturally curious and energetic which leads to a number of slips, falls, and various accidents. These actions are part of being a kid and are impossible to avoid entirely. But as parents and teachers, we can minimize those minor slips and falls. Most importantly, we can avoid an accident that leads to serious […]
House address signs that only provide curb appeal fail to perform their most critical function—being easy to spot. As a result, first responders lose precious time in locating rescue sites when time is of the essence. Increasingly, cities are passing ordinances that set certain requirements for house numbers. For now, they mostly concern the size […]
Logos are the face of a company. They serve as a unique method of identification to consumers everywhere. Logos evoke emotion and opinion based on the success and perspective of the company that they represent. In some cases, logos have a huge impact on purchase decisions. But do the attributes of a company’s logo design […]
Time is crucial during a wildfire. Timely evacuations help keep first responders and civilians out of harm’s way. They’re absolutely essential to protecting life and property. But even if the alert goes out at the right time and the public is prepared, wildfire evacuation can still be tricky. Wildfires can move fast, and evacuees can […]
This June, celebrate National Camping Month by getting outside with your family and friends and enjoying the great outdoors. Whether you are simply setting up a pop-up tent in your backyard or renting a full-on RV and bringing your team out to the wilderness, National Camping Month is meant to inspire everyone to be more […]
Foul balls in baseball, car crashes in NASCAR, rogue pucks in hockey: what do they all have in common? They’re all hazards to spectators at sporting events. For most businesses, known, dangerous conditions are the business’ responsibility. But that’s not the case with sporting events, in general. This rule comes from baseball. At the turn […]
Dog runs and pet stores per block might be a selling point of your neighborhood but can you also boast of pet safety? The biggest danger to a dog is traffic, especially for dogs with chasing instincts. This could put you, your dog, and the motorist in danger. A gate left open, a leash […]