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Posts Categorized: Safety

An Analysis of Deaths in U.S. National Parks

On Sunday, October 4th, 2020, a 25-year-old-man fell to his death at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Arizona.  When authorities recovered his body, they found the remains of other hikers who had suffered the same fate. In July, 2020, a climber at Glacier National Park was killed on July 21, 2020, after falling several hundred feet off a ridge known as The Dragon’s Tail. There were a string of accidents in Grand Canyon National Park in 2019, involving multiple

Car Seat Laws in Taxis, Uber & Lyft in Nevada

Motor vehicles can pose significant threats to a child’s health and safety. Children are more prone to serious, life-threatening personal injuries in car accidents than adults. In 2017 alone, 675 children 12 years old and younger died in motor vehicle accidents in the U.S. Thirty-five percent (35%) of these victims were not using child restraint systems. Child restraint systems can mean the difference between life and death for a child in an auto accident. Nevada has a law requiring child

Driving Safely on Nevada’s Most Dangerous Roads

Nevada can be a difficult state to drive in even for born-and-raised residents. Car accidents are common at all times of the year, with 300 fatal accidents in Nevada in 2018 alone. Driving in bad weather such as a high heat index or snowfall can make things even more dangerous. Learning a few tips for driving safely on Nevada’s roads could help you prevent a serious car accident. Avoid Nevada’s Most Dangerous Roads Like all states, Nevada has some roads

Holiday Fire Safety Tips

It’s that time of the year when we all start to decorate our Christmas tree, putting up beautiful lights around our homes, and making the holidays the most special time of the year. Christmas decorations near a fireplace, a dry Christmas tree and frayed light cords are all fire hazards to watch out for during the holidays. Before you start decorating your house, make sure you follow the necessary holiday fire safety tips to reduce the risk of injuries and

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