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The Weimer Group Blog: safety

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By: Andrea Moyer When I was a school bus driver, driving in wintry weather, while far from pleasant, wasn’t actually as bad as driving in my own car.  The bus mechanics often started our buses for us and when we got in and were ready to leave the lot, our vehicles were nice and toasty. READ MORE >>

Smoke detectors have a single job. They go off when they detect any level of smoke within a space. In your home, they can prove to be life-saving. If they notice smoke, they are loud enough to warn you to take action and leave the premises. They can even help reduce your home insurance cost. READ MORE >>

By Andrea Moyer Autumn’s cooler weather stokes our reminiscences as we contemplate curling up with a good book and possibly lighting a fire in the fireplace.  The last thing anyone wants is a house fire, especially one that started as the result of a poorly kept chimney! READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer October has a special place in my heart for a number of reasons, not the least of which because it is the birth month of our oldest child.  So many memories come flooding back!  I remember the clear, cool October skies and bright autumn sunshine on her birthday. READ MORE >>

By Andrea Moyer School is scheduled to begin here in our town in a week’s time so I thought now would be the perfect time to address one of my favorite topics: school bus safety!  That’s right, as a former school bus driver, I’m well informed on this subject and will happily divulge the following: READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer Well, it’s that time of year again. Time for picnics and summer camps, vacations and yep, you guessed it, thunderstorms! You know how to keep yourself and your loved ones safe in a storm, but what about your house? How much damage can lightning actually cause to your property? READ MORE >>

Let’s all be safe this holiday season.  Here are some basic tips we all should know. Do not use holiday lights that have worn or broken cords or loose bulb connections. From 2007 to 2011, electrical failures or malfunctions were factors in 64% of fires involving holiday or dec... READ MORE >>

Holidays can be fun and exciting, but they are also a bit hectic. When there are a million things going on at once accidents tend to occur. To keep you and your guests happy this holiday season, we have gathered important holiday safety tips that even the Grinch would appreciate!  1. READ MORE >>

Never allow a child to be alone in the water – drowning is the leading cause of death for children between the ages of one and four. Keep pools covered -  Pool covers can protect young children from accidentally entering into the water without adult supervision. READ MORE >>

Car accidents are the leading cause of death among people aged 16 to 19. On average, 250 teens are killed in car accidents each month of the summer season.  Educate your teens about the dangers of driving and raise them to be responsible drivers. READ MORE >>

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