Beat the Heat – Preventing heat illness at work

Beat the Heat – Preventing heat illness at work

It’s best not to work outside in high temperatures – that is a fact – but the nature of certain jobs, such as construction, forestry, manufacturing or landscaping sometimes make this unavoidable. When this happens, a worker’s body temperature...
Camping Safety Tips for a fun Summer

Camping Safety Tips for a fun Summer

It’s summer time, and that means it’s time to load up the car, pack up your backpack and head out to the wilderness! Whether you camp at popular camp grounds with amenities like pools, cabins and running water, or prefer to set up a tent and be on your...
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. This event spreads safety information about motorcycles on the road. As the weather gets warmer, the number of those driving motorcycles will increase, and with that, all drivers on the road must be more aware of their...
Summer Boating Safety Tips

Summer Boating Safety Tips

The weather is warming up and New England is finally ready to swing into summer. That means that more and more folks will be putting their watercrafts in the water, especially with Memorial Day – the unofficial first day of Summer in New England – just...
National Hurricane Preparedness Week – Are you ready?

National Hurricane Preparedness Week – Are you ready?

This week (May 1-7) is National Hurricane Preparedness Week, encouraging everyone to evaluate their personal hurricane risks and take measures to keep themselves, their families and their homes protected during a hurricane.   Hurricanes have become an increasingly...
Playground Safety Awareness Week

Playground Safety Awareness Week

This week (April 25-29) is National Playground Safety Awareness week. We know just how important it is for kids to get outside and play, exploring the world around them, but safety on playground equipment is equally important. Children of all ages as well as their...