How safe are your smoke detectors? 

A number of fire safety experts are questioning whether popular models of smoke detectors meet the threat of fast-burning synthetic materials now common in many facilities.

Accident response planning 

Having a planned response to minimize damages and provide adjusters with information necessary to handle resulting claims.

The ins and outs of door security

Implementing strategies to secure exterior doors are important safety measures.

Commercial vehicle use policy

Vehicle use polices to help reduce the risk of losses faced due to vehicle use for business.

Using reference point driving to navigate your buses to avoid collisions

Simple steps for determining reference points on your bus.

Controlling mold

Corrective actions for reducing and preventing mold growth.

Putting Safety First, Last, and Always at School

Pointers on what you can do to prevent prevalent claims.

Safety tips for festival events

If vendors are selling crafts and food at your festival, there are some things to consider for improving crowd safety.

Preventing theft in school environments 

As most educators are aware the more time you have spent in a school environment the more likely it is that you will have experienced an accident at the school, or you will someday.

Bookcases, cubbies and other falling objects

According to CPSC data, unstable and unsecured TVs and large pieces of furniture kill a child every two weeks, on average, in tip-over incidents that are easily preventable.