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"Safety and Risk Management" Archives

  1. Tips for Avoiding Tap Water Scalds in any Home

    by kcarlson

    Each year, approximately 3,800 injuries and 34 deaths occur in the home due to scalding from excessively hot tap water. The majority of these accidents involve the elderly and children under the age of five. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) urges all users to lower their water heaters to a maximum of 120 […]

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  2. Avoiding Serious Accidents at Your Condo

    by kcarlson

    If you reside in a condo, you understand that you have different responsibilities to take care of than if you lived in a home. Not only are you responsible for your space, but your personal property as well. If you are the type of person that enjoys having lots of company over, then you must also worry about people being injured on your property.

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  3. Buckle Up Your Pet – It’s the Law!

    by kcarlson

    If you travel with your cat or dog in New Jersey, the law now requires you to buckle up your pet.  New Jersey recently became the only state in the country where driving with pets loose in a car is a violation of animal cruelty law. Drivers who transport animals without proper restraint can face a ticket of between $250 and $1,000 and as much as six months in jail.

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  4. Buying a Condominium in NJ

    by kcarlson

    One particular thing to remember when purchasing your condo is that of buying condo insurance NJ for your possessions, internal parts of your apartment and your third-party liability. 

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