Work Safety


School’s Out Drive Safely

We at ivalueSafety.com want share a post by AAA regarding School’s Out Drive Safely per the following:  School systems are out for summer break which means lots of sunshine and an increase in children on the roads especially in neighborhoods and parks. AAA Mid-Atlantic wants commuters to be aware and drive cautiously. Martha M. Meade, […]

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How to Drive in Dense Fog – Video

Did you know that you shouldn’t utilize your cruise control while driving in dense fog? Dense fog is more likely to occur at night or near dawn during Spring or Fall. We at ivaluesafety.com want to share a video by Ford regarding How to Drive in Dense Fog (click on image below to view video):

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“Move Over” It’s The Law

Did you know that each year thousands of First Responders are injured or killed by passing vehicles along highways? In recognition of National Police Week, we at ivalueSafety.com want to share a post regarding “Move Over” It’s The Law per the following: Most states have adopted the “Move Over”  Law. That means, if an Emergency […]

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Storm Prediction Center

The topic of the Storm Predication Center was suggested by one of our followers. In recognition of Hurricane Preparedness Week, we at ivalueSafety.com want to raise awareness of the services provided by the Storm Prediction Center per the following: The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) is part of the National Weather Service (NWS) and the National Centers […]

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National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Workplace Falls

We at ivalueSafety.com want to raise awareness of the hazards involved with falls from elevation. A fall from 6 feet or higher can be fatal. Falls are the leading cause of construction fatalities and is one of OSHA’s Fatal Four Hazards. Fall hazards are preventable and apply to your personal life as well. The infographic above […]

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