This month we’re talking about some important ways you can stay safe, because—in case you missed it—June is National Safety Month!
Throughout June, the National Safety Council and thousands of other organizations across the country are working to “Keep Each Other Safe.” This month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, in homes and communities, and of course, on the road. Read the rest »
In case you missed it, June is the National Safety Council’s National Safety Month. Throughout June, NSC and thousands of other organizations across the country are working to maintain their goal to “Keep Each Other Safe.” This month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, and in homes and communities.
You know it’s important to keep yourself safe, and you’ve heard all sorts of ways to do so. A safety strategy you might not think of, however, isn’t about you; it’s about your car. Simple maintenance issues that go unchecked can lead to an accident or injuries that could have been prevented. Read the rest »
It was a day you will never forget. You may have started out the door with a list of errands or a briefcase full of reports. Maybe you were taking your children to visit their grandparents or you were meeting your spouse for a romantic dinner. What you didn’t expect was that someone else would total your car and send you to the hospital with serious injuries.
Even after a doctor examined and treated you, you may have experienced pain. This is not unusual. In fact, after a car accident, many symptoms don’t show up right away. You may have been released from the hospital, but the true extent of your injuries may not be known. Read the rest »