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Keep The Kiddos Safe: 7 Things To Remember When Driving In And Around School Zones

School zones are put in place to ensure the safety of children in and around schools. While class is in session, drivers are responsible for maintaining safety and awareness on the streets surrounding schools. All children should be able to walk or bike to and from class without fear of being hit by passing vehicles. … Read More »

What Are the Odds

The odds of being struck by lightning in the U.S. in any given year is about one in 700,000 – with a 90% chance of survival. The odds of being a victim in a shark attack are around one in 11 million – with a 98% chance of survival. With over 6 million automobile accidents … Read More »

10 Surprising Summer Vacation Safety Tips

Summer safety tip 1: Drowning is quiet. Everyone thinks that people who are drowning yell, thrash and splash. They don’t. Drowning doesn’t look like drowning, as former Coast Guard rescue swimmer Mario Vittone explains. People in serious distress lose their ability to call out for help or wave. Instead, their instinctive drowning response causes them … Read More »

Safety Challenge: Motion Induced Blindness

This month we introduce a new Safety Challenge for you that will demonstrate the phenomenon of Motion Induced Blindness. This exercise is very helpful in understanding how an object can be visually lost. What You’ll See: In this challenge you will see a rotating array of blue crosses and 3 yellow dots. Fixate on the … Read More »

Tip of the Month

Seat Belts & Airbags … Perfect Together: Safety Tip

Seat Belts & Airbags … Perfect Together: Safety Tip

This β€œOne Second Advantage™β€ Safety Tip will help you improve your personal safety by reviewing how to properly use seat belts and airbags. Wearing your seat belt is one of the easiest, most effective things you can do to save your life and reduce driving-related injuries.

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