Public Safety Awareness

The Spring Thaw: Avoiding Flood Dangers

As winter melts into spring, many of us breathe a sigh of relief as we patiently wait for the warmth and sunshine to return. Unfortunately, the experience is not quite as pleasant…

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Clearing Fire Hydrants: Who is Responsible?

After a heavy snowfall it’s typical to see everyone outside of their homes, shoveling sidewalks and clearing driveways. It’s a necessary wintertime task for all of us, no matter how…

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National Bullying Prevention Month 2015

  Everyone has had some experience being bullied, and sadly many know what it’s like to be bullied on a daily basis and how painful and devastating the experience can…

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Protecting Outdoor Workers in Winter Weather

  People who work indoors often envy the outside workers who get to be outside in the sun all day while they are stuck sitting under track, florescent lighting –…

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Safe Winter Driving Tips

Winter is in full swing and we have already seen the first few snow storms of the season as well as ice covered roads. Unfortunately for us, long gone are…

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Snow Day Safety for Kids

While it’s true that most children prefer summer to winter because of the countless fun outdoor activities that come along with warm weather, there is perhaps nothing quite as wonderful…

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pet safety

Winter Pet Safety Tips From Foremost

We shouldn’t be fooled by pets’ fluffy, fur coats or their unrelenting desire to go outside and play. Animals need to be protected from the cold temperatures this winter just…

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Protecting your Household from Carbon Monoxide

The threat of carbon monoxide poisoning is something that scarcely crosses the minds of most people but is unfortunately very real. In fact, January is the most common month of…

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Pedestrian Safety Tips

The holiday break is now over and a new year has begun, sending children and teens back to school and resuming the normal flow of morning and rush hour traffic…

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Keeping Fire Hydrants Clear After a Snowfall

While many regions in the United States and Canada enjoy white powdery snowfall throughout the winter months, there are some dangerous fire hazards associated with heavy snow on the ground,…

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