After a long winter, many joggers and runners relish the opportunity to be out and about in spring weather. In the midst of the excitement of having more good running days, however, it can be worth taking some time to come up with a plan to keep things as safe as possible.
Many people take on major home cleaning projects during the spring time. While many projects do not appear to be unsafe, it is still important to remember that cleaning supplies involving chemicals can post a risk. There are certain risks that can arise in connection to spring cleaning. Today, we'll go over tips for staying safe when it comes to using cleaners.
From infotainment systems to new auto safety features, cars are getting increasingly high-tech. These systems are bringing all kinds of benefits; however, they may also be presenting new risks for vehicle owners and occupants such as hacking dangers.
Winter can be a dangerous time to be out driving on the roads. Sleet, freezing rain, snow, ice and other winter weather can create significant accident risks. A recent study points to Pennsylvania being among the most dangerous places in the U.S. when it comes to winter driving.
There are many precautions individuals can take to avoid slip-and-fall accidents during the winter season.
Winter can bring certain dangers including traffic safety hazards posed by cold temperatures, snow and ice. While driving in poor weather conditions can be difficult, there are some steps drivers can take to protect themselves from possible dangers.
Despite laws against drunk driving and widespread public awareness of its dangers, drunk driving continues to have a major presence out on U.S. roads. As NHTSA data indicates, this unsafe driving conduct continues to take too many lives in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.