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August 2017 Archives

Collision avoidance systems can prevent injuries

In North Carolina, car accidents injure or kill many people every year. Advances in technology have resulted in decreased accident rates in the state and throughout the U.S., offering some good news for the public. Collision avoidance systems in newer-model vehicles have had a substantial and positive impact on different types of accidents, saving lives.

SWANA releases safety tips in "Five to Stay Alive" campaign

Like those who work in other areas of solid waste management, North Carolina composting operations employees are at serious risk for injury due to the use of heavy machinery, the type of physical labor required and the dynamic work environment. As such, it is imperative that workers follow proper safety precautions when at work.

Protect yourself by using good judgment with social media

Many Americans suffer from personal injuries, whether from car accidents, a slip-and fall or something else. If you find yourself in this situation, insurance companies and other involved parties may provide you with the financial help you need to recover.

Common repair method for water pipes may be hazardous

North Carolina construction workers who regularly repair water pipes using the cured-in-place method might not know that this process could be more hazardous than traditionally thought. Researchers believe that, based on air test studies, the plumes that are released during the process can contain organic vapors that are known carcinogens.

Is it safe to drive with your dog?

Being able to take your loyal companion with you nearly everywhere you go is one of the joys of having a dog. While this makes for fun car rides and fond memories, it can also carry risks for you, your canine and others.

State fair halted after accident

North Carolina residents may understand how dangerous carnival rides can be. That message was reinforced on July 26 when one person was killed and seven others were injured at the Ohio state fair. According to authorities, the incident was reported at near 7:24 p.m., and authorities also said that three of those who were injured were in critical condition.

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