May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, which is intended to bring attention to the high...
The grim truth is that pedestrian deaths are on the rise around the country, as...
In New York, a hit-and-run accident is viewed as leaving an accident scene in which...
Without skilled construction workers, we wouldn’t have sturdy roofs over our heads or the highways,...
The legal saga surrounding ridesharing companies continues as New York City becomes the first of its kind in the U.S. to halt new vehicle licenses for ride-hail app services such as Uber and Lyft, while it sets a minimum wage. The legislation, passed with virtually no opposition by the City Council, caps the number of for-hire vehicles for a year, giving the city time to thoroughly study this booming industry and create more permanent ordinances.
Fleets of privately-owned garbage trucks race through New York City’s streets every night. It’s clear to many onlookers that several of these vehicles are in poor repair. Some are routinely declared unsafe and pulled off the road by government regulators, only to resume their routes a few days later with dubious – if any – repairs being made.
New York hospitals rank among the worst in the nation when it comes to safety ratings, according to a nonprofit patient advocacy organization. Connecticut didn’t fare much better than New York, but New Jersey did noticeably better – finishing in the top 20. All this was in a new report on states’ hospital safety released in late April.
Theatrics are common in UFC media events. Pushing, insulting and hurling water bottles are simply...
hen thinking of workplace safety, most of us envision a warehouse, factory or construction site. Few think of a business office as a dangerous place, but they can be far from safe.
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