Play it Safe on the Road – Tips To Avoid Aggressive Driving Situations

The following tips will help you stay calm and protect yourself from aggressive drivers. Stay Calm Behind the Wheel Plan ahead. Allowing yourself enough travel time will prevent a time crunch. Obey the speed limit. Obeying the speed limit will ensure proper traffic...

Flood and Water Damage Safety

Did you know that floods are the most common natural hazard in Canada? They are mostly caused by heavy rainfall and/or quickly melting snow and ice. If you know you live in an area that is prone to flooding or you are worried that your home may be at risk, it is best...

Preparation and Communication the Key for Children Home Alone

While young children need constant direct supervision, older children and teens may be ready for indirect supervision, where a responsible adult or babysitter checks in on the child intermittently or at specified times while they are on their own. When is it...

Don’t Let Safety Grind Your Gears

Throughout the past century, much has evolved in the agricultural industry – and this is most obvious when we look at the machinery that farmers count on to make their day-to-day tasks easier. From power steering in tractors to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) becoming...

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