September 25, 2022
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  • 7:03 pm This 4th of July Don’t Drink and Drive, Warns Harris County Sheriff’s Office
  • 4:02 pm Bikers Account For A Substantial Percentage Of Roadway Casualties In Georgia

The 4th of July celebrations are expected to draw a lot of people, which means it will be one of the busiest holidays to manage for the law enforcement officers in the Metro Houston Area. Law agencies and officers will be on high alert to check for impaired drivers on the roads. If caught, you […]

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Motorcycles make up a modest fraction of the overall number of registered automobiles in Georgia, but they are responsible for a substantially higher number of casualties each year. Regrettably, given the absence of outer vehicle protection, a crash between a bike and another vehicle almost always ends in severe or catastrophic wounds to the biker. […]

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Being the 9th most-populated state in the US, traffic congestion is a common occurrence on the roads and highways of North Carolina. The sheer number of cars on the roads leads to traffic crashes almost daily, with many of them causing injury and even death. But not all cities in the state are equally dangerous […]

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For passenger and private automobiles, driving in the cold is difficult enough. Low temperatures and humidity can impair motor performance, while slick, icy roads increase the chance of sliding and other mishaps. Simply expressed, the risks of road accidents and injuries resulting from vehicle collisions are higher in the winter. The following information is provided […]

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The benefits of social media and its widespread use are unavoidable. But there are a lot of downsides that force us to rethink the way we use the different social media platforms. One of which is the role it plays in the rise of car accidents. Social media and Driving Based on a survey by […]

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Dogs are the best friends of man. However, dog bites are quite common all over the world. Some of these bites are minor, while some of the bites are quite dangerous. The dog bite statistics affirm that 81% of dog bites cause little to no damage. Few dogs with the highest biting rates include Chihuahua, […]

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California is one of the most populous and popular cities in the United States. This Golden City has attracted foreigners as well as people from other parts of the States to visit and enjoy the scenic attractions. However, as its popularity and population density kept increasing, so did the number of fatal accidents. As of […]

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Loud noises in the workplace are often common and each person should take the necessary precautions to avoid sustaining damage that can cause long-term hearing deficiencies. While there are many types of environmental factors that can lead to permanent damage, there are three types of hearing loss: Conductive (involves outer or middle ear) Sensorineural (involves […]

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When developing a system of safety procedures for your work site you should not overlook the dangers of an arc flash in which heats of over 35,000-degrees fahrenheit can be released in an instant leading to severe trauma and/or death. In electrical terms and “arc” refers to the energy that transmits through the air between […]

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Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources is hunting the effects of Chronic Wasting Disease in its deer and elk population through a 5-year research study that began in 2016 to better determine how to safely combat the rising issue. Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a neurological disease that causes spongy degeneration of the brain in deer, […]

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