Safety Tips

December 28, 2019 in

Home Fire Safety

Home fires cause thousands of serious injuries and preventable deaths each year. Home fires account for only 27% of all fires, yet they cause 79% of fire-related deaths and 73% of reported injuries. Home fires are extremely dangerous and could prove fatal if your family does not know how to properly respond to the...
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Car Fire Safety

Car fires can arise due to defective car parts, poor vehicle maintenance and car accidents. If your vehicle catches on fire, you and your passengers are at great risk of suffering burn and explosion injuries. You may not always be able to prevent a car fire, but you can learn how to properly respond...
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December 23, 2019 in

Holiday Fire Safety Tips

Fire safety might be far from your mind this holiday season, but many people’s favorite Christmas traditions pose serious fire threats. From decking the halls to trimming the tree, Christmastime comes with many activities that increase the risk of house fires, injuries and deaths. From 2013 to 2017, an average of 160 house fires...
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December 21, 2019 in

Work Fire Safety

Workplace accidents cause thousands of employee injuries and numerous deaths each year. Common causes of these injuries are fires and explosions. Electrical mishaps, poorly trained workers, lack of safety gear, dangerous premises and hazardous work conditions all contribute to fires and burn injuries in the workplace. Whether you are an employer or employee, the...
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November 26, 2019 in

Thanksgiving Fire Safety

This Thanksgiving, celebrate the holiday in safety with your friends and family. Although Thanksgiving is a popular holiday for personal injuries and a busy one for hospitals, you can significantly reduce your risk of an accident with a few general safety tips. Recognizing the most common causes of injuries and how to prevent them...
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August 30, 2019 in

Labor Day Safety Tips

Labor Day is the first Monday of September – an excellent opportunity to rest, relax and celebrate. Unfortunately, it is also a day when emergency room traffic spikes in Arizona. Grills, swimming pools, drunk drivers and fireworks are just some of the many dangers you could face this Labor Day. This year, avoid a...
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August 28, 2019 in

Arizona Car Seat Law

Lack of car seat use is a significant problem in the U.S. Thirty-five percent (35%) of children who died in car accidents in 2016 were not using car seats or seat belts, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Car accidents are a leading cause of childhood death in Arizona. Obeying the...
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August 27, 2019 in

Grilling Safety Tips

Fall might be near, but that does not mean the end of grilling season. Labor Day is one of the busiest grilling days of the year. It is also a busy day for hospitals and burn units due to grill-related injuries. Grilling safely takes a few tips and best practices, whether this is your...
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December 17, 2018 in

Holiday Personal Safety Tips

The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year for many Americans, but it is important to keep a few basic personal safety tips in mind to prevent injuries this holiday season. Good judgment and a few best practices can help prevent accidents and injuries so you and your family can enjoy...
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December 3, 2018 in

Arizona’s Electric Scooter Laws [Updated 2020]

The latest rideshare vehicle trend has reached Arizona. City officials in Scottdale, Tempe, Mesa, and Peoria have permitted the electric scooter rideshare company, Bird, to employ its rentable scooters within city limits. Users can now download the Bird app, rent available electric scooters from around the city, and drop them off anywhere. It only...
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