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Property Safety During Winter

causes of slips trips and falls in the workplaceWinter in central Pennsylvania is downright cold and snowy most of the time — and icy at times as well. This makes winter preparation for …

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Don’t get hit by a drunk driver during the holidays

The evening starts out on a good note — you’re leaving a Thanksgiving Eve church service with your family and heading home to prepare for …

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Q&A with Nancy Mizerak: Where have Social Security statements gone?

Earlier this year, the Social Security Administration announced that, to trim costs, fewer statements would be sent in the mail. It’s the second time they’ve …

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Retail Safety and Injury Prevention

female employee in retail clothing store

Even seasoned retail professionals might be surprised by the extent of the risks to health and safety retail workers face. Indeed, researchers were shocked to …

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Motorcycle Safety Tips

Motorcycle Safety Tips

One of the freest and most liberating ways to cruise, commute and travel is on a motorcycle. For the avid motorcyclist, the vehicle holds a …

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Q&A with Dean Dominick: Am I really an independent contractor, and why does it matter?

Dean V. DominickYou might have heard the term “independent contractor” when you’ve been brought on for a job, or maybe it’s what you call yourself. The term …

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What to Do if Your Child is in a Car Accident

Minors are more likely to die from an auto accident than from any other type of injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control and …

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Safely Navigating the Trucking “No-Zone”

Safe driving takes a concerted effort from all drivers. Semi trucks create a particular challenge on the road due to their sheer size and the …

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What to Do If Your Child Is Hurt at Summer Camp

What to Do If Your Child is Injured at Summer Camp

For many children, summer camp is a well-loved tradition. In the U.S., there are more than 14,000 camps in operation. About 8,400 camps are …

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Back to School Bus Safety

After what seems like too-short of a summer vacation, kids across central PA are preparing to head back to school. Whether walking to school or …

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