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Trick or Treater Safety Tips for Halloween

It’s nearly that time of year for haunted houses, costumes and trick or treating with the family. While Halloween promises tons of spooky fun, this popular holiday also carries safety risks as children wander darkened streets in close proximity to traffic.  Did you know that kids aged... Read More

6 Tips for Summer Boating Safety

Summer is a popular time for boating in New York. Whether you’re fishing in Montauk with your buddies, enjoying a lazy day at Cold Spring Harbor, or water skiing with the kids, safety can take a backseat on these fun-filled outings. If you’re one of the 75... Read More

2,456 Deaths in 2016 Due to Not Buckling Up

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) once again collaborated with local law enforcement agencies nationwide to remind people to buckle up.  The agency recently kicked off its yearly “Click It or Ticket” safety campaign in an effort to increase seat belt use and prevent needless car... Read More

New Jersey School Bus Crash Kills Two

The town of Mount Olive, New Jersey was the site of a deadly collision last Thursday. According to officials, a teacher and a student were killed when a school bus they were riding crashed into a dump truck on Interstate 80 westbound near Route 206 – approximately... Read More

Top 5 Road Hazards for Motorcycles

Apart from crashes with passenger vehicles, road hazards are among the leading causes of motorcycle injuries and deaths. Gravel, potholes, or uneven pavement may have little effect on a car, but these things can pose real danger for motorcycles, which are more apt to lose control. From... Read More

Pedestrian Deaths Down in NYC

There’s good news for bicyclists and pedestrians in New York City: the streets are slowly becoming safer when it comes to vehicular traffic. The New York Times reports that Queens Boulevard, a busy thoroughfare that has claimed 186 lives since 1990, has not had a single fatality... Read More

How Do You Become a Crane Operator?

Among all construction site employees and laborers, a crane operator is one of the most important. If you don’t mind heights, like working with heavy machinery and crave hands-on work, becoming a crane operator may be right for you. Certified crane operators who excel at their job... Read More