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Will the Pensacola Bay Bridge Replacement Project Make for Safer Driving?

In a state that’s made up of massive bodies of water, bridges can be the connecting lifelines to Florida’s gorgeous coastal cities and islands. But...

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  • Jun 22, 2016

Leading Causes of Unintentional Injury and How to Prevent Them

June is National Safety Month, and for its third week the National Safety Council is highlighting the dangers of unintentional death and injury. According to...

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  • Jun 22, 2016

How Fort Lauderdale Residents Can Practice Fire Safety While Boating

Now that summer is officially here, boating season is underway for many here in Fort Lauderdale. Not only does that mean more boats along Florida’s...

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  • Jun 22, 2016

What Do Kissimmee Funeral Procession Laws Say Drivers Should Do?

For grieving people participating in a funeral procession, traffic is likely their least concern. However, funeral processions are becoming increasingly dangerous for both participants and...

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  • Jun 21, 2016

5 Undeniable Signs Your House Needs New Windows

No one gives much thought about their windows when they’re functioning properly. But when your windows begin to fail, it’s easy to see their essential...

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  • Jun 21, 2016

3 Top Safety Priorities the St. Augustine Mobility Task Force Should Look Into

St. Augustine is in the initial phase of a major mobility plan that tackles the big transportation and parking issues throughout the city. The project...

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  • Jun 21, 2016

What Does the Latest Florida Supreme Court Workers' Comp Decision Mean for Workers?

The Florida Supreme Court has once again struck down an aspect of the state’s workers’ compensation laws as unconstitutional, the second time in less than...

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  • Jun 20, 2016

How a Polk County Death Certificate Revision Could Help Thousands of Spouses Get Veterans' Benefits in Florida

Polk County is leading the charge in an effort to remove bureaucratic obstacles standing in the way of veterans’ spouses receiving the benefits they are...

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  • Jun 20, 2016

Just Diagnosed with Mesothelioma: 5 Things You Should Do Now

A mesothelioma diagnosis is devastating. Although only 2,000 to 3,000 people are diagnosed with this rare form of cancer each year, mesothelioma is always fatal....

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  • Jun 16, 2016

How to Prevent Railroad Crossing Crashes in Fort Myers

Fort Myers residents are familiar with the Seminole Gulf Railroad that extends throughout the city and covers surrounding areas of Bonita Springs, Arcadia, and North...

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  • Jun 16, 2016

How Shift Workers Can Prevent Shift Work Disorder and Other Adverse Effects

June is National Safety Month, and for its second week, the National Safety Council, which promotes the event, has highlighted various health issues facing Americans....

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  • Jun 16, 2016

How One Winter Haven Bus Program May Reduce Teen Driving Accidents This Summer

For the third summer in a row, Winter Haven Area Transit is teaming up with the rest of Polk County’s bus services to provide free...

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  • Jun 15, 2016

Can Sarasota Make I-75 Construction Zones Safer?

While certainly needed to improve road infrastructure, the construction on the I-75 in Sarasota County has been a sore subject for locals. Those who commute...

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  • Jun 15, 2016

What Every Employee Needs to Know About the Fair Labor Standards Act

Federal labor laws, such as the Fair Labor Standards Act, are complex in a way that could leave workers wondering what their rights under those...

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  • Jun 14, 2016

How to Recognize and Report Fall Hazards in Your Tavares Workplace

Last week, Tavares received a stark reminder of the importance of workplace safety and why all employees should know how to recognize and report fall...

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  • Jun 14, 2016