Community Safety


Rebar Cap Horseshoe Stakes

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a quick safety tip for your outdoor fun this summer. Place a rebar cap on horseshoe stakes to eliminate an impalement hazard. Rebar caps are utilized in the construction industry to eliminate impalement hazards on vertical rebar. The rebar caps are inexpensive and can be purchased at home improvement […]

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Kids and Hot Cars

Did you know that incidents of kids dying in hot cars spike between Memorial Day and Labor Day? The incidents consist of a deadly combination of forgotten, intentionally and unattended deaths in vehicles. As always prevention is the key by implementing some best practices, This is especially important if you have children 3 years old or younger.  We at […]

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Stop For Frozen Dessert Trucks

We at ivalueSafety.com want to raise the awareness of a lesser known law pertaining to Stop For Frozen Dessert Trucks per the following: When approaching or overtaking an ice cream or frozen dessert truck from either direction, and the truck is flashing red lights and posting a stop signal arm, a motorist must: – Yield the right-of-way to any […]

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The Importance of House Numbers – Video

Did you know that seconds can make the difference between life and death in an emergency? An example is that a fire doubles in size approximately every 30 seconds. Make sure your house numbers are visible from the road. We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a video by Gray Fire and Rescue regarding The Importance […]

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National EMS Week – May 17th thru 23rd, 2020

This year’s National EMS Week takes on a new meaning and appreciation. COVID-19 puts into perspective the bravery and dangers frontline workers face everyday. The most important thing we can do is say Thank You. You can click here to learn 10 ways to help celebrate with your local EMS unit. Click here to learn […]

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