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Prep Your Business Now for Winter

Get ready Colorado. The Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a frigid and snowy winter, with an above-average amount of snow. Keeping this in mind, are you prepared to keep your employees, customers, and business safe in a winter storm? Here’s what you need to know. Know What to Watch Out For When severe weather strikes, you need to protect your building or store, your employees and any customers in the building, and your equipment. Start by inspecting your building for any weaknesses that might lead to structural damage in case of... Read More

How to Work Safely in Cold Weather

How to Work Safely in Cold Weather

Winter has officially arrived in Colorado and with it, freezing temperatures and snow. Winter weather brings with it significant health risks, especially for those who may need to work outdoors in cold weather. Among those risks are hypothermia, frostbite, dehydration and muscle injuries. Frigid temperatures can also cause additional pain for those who suffer from arthritis and rheumatism. To prevent injuries and illness as a result of winter weather, it’s important to learn about the causes, symptoms and safety considerations to take so you are prepared to handle winter’s worst.... Read More

How to Avoid Accidents on Ice and Snow

How to Avoid Accidents on Ice and Snow

Winter is in full swing, and for most of us that means ice and snow. While we prefer to focus on winter fun, winter is also a season of additional hazards not faced at other times of the year. The same ice and snow that makes skiing, snowboarding and ice skating possible, creates hazardous driving and walking conditions that can lead to slips, falls and dangerous travel. To keep winter fun and avoid serious injury, you need to know how to avoid accidents on ice and snow. What can you... Read More

How to Be Safe Behind the Wheel this Winter

How to Be Safe Behind the Wheel this Winter

Winter has arrived with a bang in Colorado. The weather has turned snowy and COLD. That’s great news for winter sports enthusiasts, but not so great  on the road. Whether you’re heading to the mountains for skiing, snowshoeing or snowmobiling, or whether you just need to commute across town to work, here are some smart tips to help you stay safe behind the wheel this winter and avoid becoming a casualty of winter weather. A primary concern during winter storms and extreme cold is commuting safely. Most businesses, events and activities... Read More