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Safety Scoops

Safety Tips For Driving In A Storm

Summer storms are a thing in Georgia. Almost every evening, it's like clock work. Storms in the area can come on fast, catching drivers unprepared. If you find yourself in the middle of a thunderstorm with heavy rain take the following actions to protect yourself and your passengers:   Focus on the Road Many of us rely on...
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Sleep Deprivation, Fatigue, & Drowsy Driving

Another topic for National Safety Month, is fatigue. Often times, people don't think about the seriousness of fatigue and sleep deprivation. Sleep is one of the main activities that keeps us healthy, however, nearly 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder. On average, adults need seven to nine hours of sleep each night, but according to the...
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Childproofing Your Home

Your home is supposed to be one of the safest places for your child. Although the risks at home are considerably less than some public areas, it is still necessary to take certain precautions to ensure the overall safety of your child. Children are very curious, so before they start crawling it is advised to childproof your home...
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Hidden Home Hazards

  Did you know that June is National Safety Month? One of the 2019 topics declared by the National Safety Council is hazard recognition. It is easy to believe that your child is safest when they are at home. Although it is true that your home is a safe and risk free environment for your child, there are...
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Summer BBQ Safety Tips

Memorial Day weekends kicks off summer and many people start firing up the grill and inviting friends and family over for cookouts and BBQ's. To prevent injury or illness to yourself and your guests, it is important to use the grill safely and to handle all food properly.   Tips for Safely Operating Your Grill How can you...
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Lake Safety Tips For Your Memorial Day Weekend

Visiting the lake is a common activity for many Georgians in the summer time. Memorial Day weekend typically kicks off the leisure activity, but like any other fun venture, it's important that you know and follow a few safety tips to ensure an enjoyable experience.   Look Before You Leap Often times, many lakes have rope swings and...
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Prevent Boating Accidents This Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend is the start to many Georgians spending their weekend on the lake. Many people enjoy boating for leisure and a vacation activity, but boating accidents can lead to serious injuries and even fatalities without proper safety precautions. It’s vital for boat owners and passengers to know how to prevent boating accidents.   Preparation Before setting...
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Six Ways Negligent Drivers Cause Motorcycle Crashes

Motorcycle accidents occur for many different reasons, however, it is not unusual for a Georgia accident report to say something like “the driver claimed he did not see the motorcycle.” It is very common for a driver to not notice a motorcyclist until it’s too late to stop the crash. Why are motorcycles so easy to overlook?  ...
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10 Types of Road Debris That Can Cause a Motorcycle Accident

According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, road debris causes about 25,000 motor vehicle accidents each year. While this represents only a small percent of the total accidents in the U.S., road debris can be especially dangerous to motorcyclists. Gravel, leaves and other objects that are just a nuisance to a car can cause a motorcycle to spin...
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Motorcyclists: Are Your Passengers Safe?

While traveling on your motorcycle, you may decide to bring passengers along for the ride. It is important to understand that your passengers are at just as much risk of injury as you are as the driver. Fortunately, there are valuable safety tips that can be shared with your passengers to help reduce the risk of an accident...
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Stay Safe This Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo celebrations are fun for everyone, but with celebration comes the dangers of drinking and driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 38% of all motor vehicle fatalities that occurred each year around May 5th involved impaired drivers or motorcycle operators with blood alcohol concentrations (BACs) of .08 and above.   On alcohol-intensive...
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Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month: Preventing Accidents

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. It comes at the start of summer because this is when most motorcyclists hit the open road. Motorcycling in Georgia is a popular pastime and form of commute, but it doesn’t come without risks. In 2016, 173 motorcyclists died in accidents in Georgia. This was a 26% increase from 2014. It’s clear...
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10 Georgia Motorcycle Safety Tips

According to the National Motorcycle Institute, a motorcyclist is five times more likely to be injured and 27 times more likely to die in a motorcycle accident than in a motor vehicle accident. During the peak warm months of the year, there are over six million motorcycles on the road and it’s important to do everything you can do...
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Keeping Kids Safe At The Pool This Season

Spring break is nearing in Georgia which means the first of many trips to the pool. When summer hits we will see temperatures near 90 degrees, plus humidity. Jumping in the pool can be one of the only ways to cool off on a sunny Georgia day. Unfortunately, the pool isn’t always the safest place for swimmers –...
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Proper Playground Play: Safety Tips For Parents + Kids

Playgrounds and outdoor play areas offer a new, fun environment for kids in the warmer months. Although it does offer fresh air, interaction, and exercise for children, playgrounds can also be quite dangerous if children are not watched after properly and abide by playground etiquette. Each year in the United States, more than 200,000 kids are treated in hospital...
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2019 Eco-Friendly Cars

In honor of Earth Day, we're sharing all the things you need to know about eco-friendly vehicles. The truth is, electric cars are becoming more of the norm. They are better for the environment and are overall pretty cheap to maintain, while still providing the utmost safety for consumers. Over the years, we have seen new technology that...
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Dog Bite Prevention Week: Tips To Help Dog Owners Prevent Dog Bites

April 7-13 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week. Owning a dog can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience. Along with this comes great responsibility. A dog owner can help prevent his pet from lashing out and attacking by incorporating these simple tips. While it may not work for every breed all the time, these tips can potentially keep...
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Work Zone Awareness Week: Stay Alert In Construction Zones

April 8th through 12th is Work Zone Awareness Week. In Atlanta, we are well accustomed to road work and construction zones. Our relatively mild climate means that construction is a four-season affair. If you commute anywhere in the metro area, you’re bound to run into road improvement projects along the way. The consequences for negligence in construction zones...
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Atlanta Braves Home Opener: Things To Know

Image courtesy of AJC   Baseball is back! The Atlanta Braves home opener is on April 1st against the Chicago Cubs at SunTrust Park. Baseball season is a fun time for Atlanta residents + visitors. To make your visit the most enjoyable, here are some things you should know beforehand.   Parking It is strongly encouraged to purchase...
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Take Me Out To The Braves Game: Baseball Game Safety Tips

Spring is here which means temps are rising and you're looking for more activities and events to go to that are outside. A baseball game is a perfect way to spend a spring or summer day, but the hot temperatures at these games can create a large risk. If you're planning to visit Atlanta's own Suntrust Park to...
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