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  • National Safety Council designates May as National Electric Safety Month

    The National Safety Council partners with the Electric Safety Foundation, or ESFI, each May to present electric hazard awareness topics.The ESFI is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting electrical safety at home and in the workplace. Their goal is to reduce the number of electric-related

  • Ladder Safety Month: Slips, Trips and Falls

    I had started gathering information for this article, it is Ladder Safety Month after all, when I was interrupted by a call from a buddy of mine telling me that his wife had slipped in the mud, fell to her knees, and broken her femur.She was not jumping or falling from a height or doing something

  • AEDC Safety advises caution when it comes to earthquakes in Tennessee

    Growing up in California, we experienced earthquakes from time to time and learned what to do when one hit.The last one I experienced before moving to Tennessee was a 6.0 earthquake that shook things up and caused some damage. Moving to the south, I worried about tornados but thought earthquakes

  • Arnold AFB Safety provides tips in avoiding holiday hazards

    The holidays are upon us. Fall and Thanksgiving decorations are quickly transitioning to winter and Christmas along with the holiday festivities and traditions we love. From gathering with family and friends to attending religious services, concerts and holiday programs, each of these festive

  • AEDC Safety shares tips for a safe Halloween

    What is Halloween anyway?I know what we do on Halloween, but where did all these traditions come from?The History Channel tells us Halloween has roots in the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory

  • Caution urged as peak deer-vehicle collision season returns

    The National Highway Safety Administration states that there are approximately 1.5 million deer-vehicle collisions, or DVCs, every year in the United States resulting in $1 billion in vehicle damage.Worse yet, DVCs cause 175-200 human deaths and 10,000 injuries annually.State Farm lists Tennessee as

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