Now that warmer weather has arrived in the Northeast, people are taking advantage of the ability to move activities outdoors. Young and older people are using their bicycles for commuting to work or school, or just going out for a few hours of touring to enjoy the sights.
Forklifts allow one employee to do the work of several by moving large quantities of materials and handling awkward loads. With the benefits of improved materials handling, the potential for serious injury and death also increases. The sheer mass of a forklift can be equivalent to a full-size sedan and, although speeds are relatively low, that mass makes the potential for accidents a very serious issue in the workplace.
Losing a loved one has an impact that lasts forever.
Distracted driving claims many lives each year and permanently changes many more.
Roughly 100 people die in car accidents every day—the number one cause of unintentional death in the America. Ninety percent of all accidents are due to driver error and 26 percent of accidents are because someone was talking on the phone.