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Safety Tips

Safety For Farmers & Fieldworkers

We haven’t addressed safety for farmers in the past but realize that with planting season just around the corner, it’s an important topic.

Farming is a potentially hazardous profession. Farmworkers are exposed to a variety of safety hazards ranging from environmental hazards to vehicle rollovers, heat exposure, falls, equipment related injuries, grain bin accidents, chemicals and more.
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Senior Safety And Independence

One of the greatest things we pride ourselves on is our independence … especially true for the aging population known as the “baby boomers.” It starts early! One of our friends was telling us the other day about babysitting their grandchildren and what a joy it was. But it was soon followed with a discussion about how independent and strong willed their two-year-old was. “I want to do it my way” was the message spoken more clearly through behavior than words. But it is true again as we age.
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Apps for Realtor Safety

Oh the joys of real estate and being a Realtor! It really is a major career choice … maybe better referred to as a life choice since you have to be available 24/7 to keep the deal alive! There are many competing factors you know too well … it’s a buyer’s market, it is a seller’s market, interest rates are up/down, the dollar exchange between foreign buyers, open houses, marketing and you get the point!
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Safety Apps For Fishermen

There is nothing as peaceful as getting out on the open water, dropping a fishing line and catching breakfast or dinner, right? We agree. There are, however, unexpected things that could come up that might make you wish for a connection to the “outside world.”
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Apps Can Add To Family Safety And Security

Apps have taken over many aspects of our lives. We have apps to turn our furnace up and down, to offer driving directions and to let us know our children have made it home safely from school.
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LifeFone Offers Tips For Personal Safety At Work

Most employees feel safe on the job the majority of the time, but there are moments when that safety is in question. Examples of this include instances such as walking to a vehicle at night or working alone in an office or warehouse. In those instances, having access to a personal safety device is invaluable.
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Safety Tips For Travelers

Whether you’re a world traveler jetting across the globe or if you’re traveling for vacation or for an occasional business trip, it is wise to remember you’re not at home and because of that you want to practice safety.
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Is It Worth It To Split Pills?

Are you or a loved one a pill splitter? If so, we encourage you to consider why you are splitting pills. Is it because you, or your loved one, have “decided” they don’t need a full dose, perhaps to save money or is it because your doctor recommended it? Another reason people split pills from time to time is to make them easier to swallow. Continue reading

Use Safety Apps In An Emergency Situation

Many families have “go bags” – those are bags that family members could grab and go with in the event of an emergency. Families who live in flood prone areas or areas of the country that are faced with other weather emergencies know the importance of being prepared in the event they have to leave or take shelter.
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How To Safety Store And Dispose Of Medications

It’s almost a fact of life – as we age, chances are we will be taking more and more medications. However, it’s important that individuals properly store and dispose of medicines.
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