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Entries for February 2012

Tornado Safety Tips from Ready.gov

Posted by Tasha Shipe on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 in Home / Auto, Business

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Tornado Safety Tips from Ready.gov
This weather creates the perfect atmosphere for tornadoes. Do you, your family, and your workplace have a plan in place for what to do before, during, and after a tornado?
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Trees and Insurance

Posted by Tasha Shipe on Thursday, February 23, 2012 in Home / Auto

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If a tree falls on your house, are you covered?
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US DOT Proposes 'Distraction' Guidelines for Automakers

Posted by Tasha Shipe on Monday, February 20, 2012 in Home / Auto

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U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the first-ever federally proposed guidelines to encourage automobile manufacturers to limit the distraction risk for in-vehicle electronic devices.
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Who's Driving Your Vehicles? Do You Know?

Posted by Keven Moore on Tuesday, February 07, 2012 in Business

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Keven Moore

Who's Driving Your Vehicles?  Do You Know?
Do you currently have a questionable driver behind the wheel of one of your company vehicles? You may want to rethink that decision after you read this story and realize how expensive claims are going to become after the attorneys are finished with it.
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Business Continuity Plan - Are you ready? If not, here is a nice tool!

Posted by Keven Moore on Tuesday, February 07, 2012 in Business

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Business Continuity Plan - Are you ready?  If not, here is a nice tool!
Did you know according to the American Red Cross that 1/3 of all businesses today do not have a “Business Continuity” plan in place and that only 40% of businesses never re-open after a disaster?
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OSHA proposes $233,500 in fines against Home Goods for exit hazards.

Posted by Keven Moore on Tuesday, February 07, 2012 in Business

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Keven Moore

OSHA proposes $233,500 in fines against Home Goods for exit hazards.
OSHA proposed $233,500 in fines against Home Goods for exit access, fire and crushing hazards at its Commack, N.Y., store. Responding to an employee complaint, OSHA found exit routes that were too narrow for passage, blocked by stock and equipment, or hidden by stacks of material. Other hazards included blocked access to fire extinguishers, workers not trained in fire extinguisher use and boxes stored in unstable 8-foot high tiers.
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Are Your Public Officials Properly Bonded?

Posted by Michael Turner on Tuesday, February 07, 2012 in Public Entity

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During these tough economic times it is a no brainer that employee theft is on the rise. Public Officials are not immune to this situation and many of them have access to large sums of taxpayer money.
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Simple Ways to Cut the Cost of Your Home And Auto Insurance.

Posted by Tasha Shipe on Tuesday, February 07, 2012 in Home / Auto

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Simple Ways to Cut the Cost of Your Home And Auto Insurance.
"There are simple steps you can take to cut the cost of your home and auto insurance while continuing to be financially protected against a catastrophe," said Jeanne M. Salvatore, senior vice president and consumer spokesperson for the I.I.I.
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