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Organization sued for serious injuries from falling tree branch

Take precautions to reduce hazards associated with damaged trees.

Occupant load for life safety

Businesses and building owners must ensure that proper life safety measures are taken in their facilities to protect customers and employees.

Dangerous drips

In addition to destroying carpets and walls, water-related damage also ruins important equipment, such as computers, fax machines, and phone systems.

Bleacher safety

Safety protocols to help keep bleachers a viable seating alternative for club members.

Water does more than just hydrate

There are a variety of loss prevention strategies a club can take to reduce the likelihood of either occurring.

Setting the stage for recital safety

There’s nothing more disruptive at a recital than a performer's loved one taking a dive due to a trip and fall hazard.

Tree safety

An effective ground maintenance program can help control slip and fall hazards. Here are some tips to control tree hazards..

Space heater safety

Safe usage recommendations for portable electric heaters.

Signs, signs, everywhere a sign

Proper signage is a very effective way to keep injuries out of the gym. In addition to relaying gym rules, posting signs can help notify non-members to stay out of the gym area.

Doorway hazards

Studies have shown that when a door closes, it can generate around 40 tons of pressure per square inch at the hinge area.