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By Kristin Meschler, 01/04/2017
The new year is the perfect time to take a step back and assess your health and finances. Whether you need to take a closer look at your financial well-being or your physical fitness, what better time to do so than today? These tips will help discover a new and improved you:
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By Kim Robson, 01/03/2017
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, more than 4,500 workers are killed on the job every year with the leading cause being falls. It is an employer’s responsibility to provide a safe workplace so the Occupational Safety and Health Administration publishes a list of their ten most frequently cited...
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By Andy Stubblefield, 12/28/2016
Climbing on a roof is always a safety hazard but it is especially dangerous if employees are on a snow and ice covered roof. It is important to understand that your employees may have little experience when it comes to shoveling snow off of roofs.
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By Ivy Crum, 12/27/2016
Driving in the winter can be scary and cause anxiety, especially when it snows and freezes. Winter weather is unavoidable, but being in control and prepared for the weather can give you peace of mind when driving treacherous roads.
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By Kim Robson, 12/15/2016
A recent report released forecasts the loss rate for long-term care facilities will increase by 6% in 2017 with claim frequency driving the increase at an expected 2% growth rate. This will be the fourth year in a row that the annual cost to defend, settle or litigate claims will rise, going from $2,150 last year...
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By Megan DiMartino, 12/08/2016
It is projected that by 2024 the working class of people aged 55+ will be the largest among all age groups at 24.8%. Compare that to 1994’s statistics where they were the smallest among all age groups at 11.9%.
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By Kristin Meschler, 12/07/2016
December 4-10 is National Handwashing Awareness Week. Did you know that practicing good hand hygiene is the best way to prevent the spread of germs? Health experts estimate that 80 percent of common infections are spread through hand contact.
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By Ivy Crum, 11/30/2016
As winter moves in, so does the cold temperatures. It is something that anyone who lives in a seasonal region has done—gone outside to start your car to warm up, then head back inside to finish your morning routine. Although idling and warming up a car is a seemingly normal, safe thing to do, it creates a...
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By John Costello, 11/30/2016
When you think of environmental issues, the manufacturing or oil and gas industries likely come to mind, but chemical leaks and pollutants come from a variety of sources in senior living communities, especially as buildings and their systems continue to age.
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By Ivy Crum, 11/29/2016
Although driving an electric car is relatively similar to driving a non-electric car, there are a few unique aspects that can make winter driving tricky. Whether this is your first winter in an electric vehicle or you are a seasoned veteran, here are important tips to keep in mind before the cold weather and snow...
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