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Clark Insurance Group Blog: 12_2015

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Was there a special gift under the tree this year? Contact on of our staff at Clark Insurance Group if you received anything that needs extra insurance protection. READ MORE >>

Preventing Back Injuries from Lifting and Carrying Always use mechanical equipment like a dolly to lift heavy objects, if at all possible. Never try to lift an item weighing over 50 pounds by yourself. Plan your lifts; make sure the path is clear and you are facing the direction of the travel prior to lifting. READ MORE >>

Look for freshness when choosing a tree. Each year, U.S. fire departments respond to nearly 230 home structure fires that start with Christmas trees. Home Christmas tree fires cause an average of six deaths, 22 injuries and more than $18 million in direct property damage annually, and the danger can extend beyond Christmas. READ MORE >>


U.S. fire departments respond to an annual average of 860 home fires that start with holiday decorations. Take a look at Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI)'s new infographic for more info & safety tips! READ MORE >>

Enjoy the holiday glow by using candles safely.Candles add a festive touch to holiday gatherings. Although we enjoy their glow, candles can cause home fires, injuries and deaths. Remember that a candle is an open flame that can ignite nearby materials: Use with caution! READ MORE >>

The Speed of the leader determines the rate of the pack. READ MORE >>

"All things are difficult before they are easy"  John Norley READ MORE >>

  Preventing Injuries from Installing Drywall Summary Workers who handle drywall sheets are at high risk of overexertion and fall injuries. NIOSH research has led to recommendations for preventing these injuries. Description ofExposure NIOSH research [Chiou et al. READ MORE >>

Workplace Electrical Safety Tips · Plan every job and think about what could go wrong. · Use the right tools for the job. · Use procedures, drawings, and other documents to do the job. · Isolate equipment from energy sources. READ MORE >>

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