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What’s in Your Blind Spot?

Did you know that the human eye contains a “blind spot?” This occurs because there is a portion of the retina (the light sensing area of your eye that processes the images we see) that contains no light sensitive cells. This spot is located where the optic nerve attaches to the retina. So why should … Read More »

The Importance of Hand-Eye Coordination

Hand-eye coordination is the ability to track the movements of the hands with the eyes, thus enabling the eyes to send important signals to the brain about hand movement. Poor hand-eye coordination can greatly compromise your ability to exercise and can also affect everyday tasks such as writing. How It Works Hand-eye coordination allows the … Read More »

The Price of Imbalance: Profit Achieved at the Expense of Safety

My management team just finished the arduous task of producing next year’s business plan and budget. Time, effort, forward thinking, compromises and multiple revisions all played a role in accomplishing this yearly forecast. Each year, several key projects (think $$$s here) are identified, which we believe will bring value to our clients and the company … Read More »

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Intersection Etiquette: Safety Tip

Intersection Etiquette: Safety Tip

This “One Second Advantage™” Safety Tip will help you understand “intersection etiquette” in order to responsibly and safely navigate intersections.

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Driving Dynamics
Driving Dynamics