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By John Fisher Consider posting a sign until you can permanently correct a hazard. Almost everyone procrastinates from time to time, but putting off attention to safety hazards can be disastrous for a business or organization. To protect your customers and yourself, immediately attend to safety, rather than just planning to do so. READ MORE >>

By Brian Rawlings Players of all ages enjoy pickleball. You may have heard of pickleball – a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. And, you may kind of know how to play it. But, one thing is for sure, you keep hearing about it! READ MORE >>

By Cincinnati Loss Control Summer is a great time to enjoy food and drink with family and friends, but summertime outdoor cooking also invites an unwanted guest – the threat of foodborne illness. Whether at a family picnic, a barbecue at a park, sporting event or a group social activity, following some basic food safety rules can help prevent foodborne illness. READ MORE >>

Go @media print { a[href]:after { content: ""; } } .home .pptwj-3 {display:none;} .pptwj-3{margin-bottom:25px;} #printbtn:hover {cursor:pointer;} By Troy Dohmeyer Buildings are vulnerable to fire during construction phase. READ MORE >>

By Cincinnati Life There are several methods that can help determine how much life insurance you may need. Once you have decided to purchase life insurance, the next question to answer is how much to purchase. Some people select coverage based on an arbitrary amount: $100,000 or $200,000. READ MORE >>

By Eric Hoffman Having a plan can help you prepare for whatever the weather may bring. Being prepared for a hurricane requires constant updates and evolving actions. A true state of preparedness means you are ready for something, but more importantly, you are aware of the ever-changing nature of, well…Nature. READ MORE >>

By Doug Eisele Art can often be restored after a disaster, but it helps to have a plan in place to minimize damage. As you make emergency plans for your home or business, be sure to include a disaster plan for your fine art and valuable collectibles. READ MORE >>

Go @media print { a[href]:after { content: ""; } } .home .pptwj-3 {display:none;} .pptwj-3{margin-bottom:25px;} #printbtn:hover {cursor:pointer;} By Christopher Barger Think of risk transfer as the transfer of responsibility. I recently had a new roof put on my house. READ MORE >>

By Jerry Varney Don’t get caught offguard because you didn’t read the terms of the End User License Agreement. We’ve all seen them – windows that pop up before you can install a program, full of legalese. To complete the install, you usually have to scroll through pages and pages of boring text and then click an “I Agree” button. READ MORE >>

Preventing heat-related illnesses at job sites has no easy answers or standard prescriptions, says EMC Senior Industrial Hygienist Dave Havick. That’s because there are many variables to manage, and best practices are different from company to company, project to project, and even employee to employee. READ MORE >>

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