Fall Weather Safety

The fall season is upon us, bringing along many weather risks. The National Weather Service (NWS) launched their seasonal safety campaign to help educate on possible extreme fall weather risks. Learn how to be ready, responsive and resilient to the hazards. Don’t let bad weather sneak up on you—it is time to get prepared now.…

September is National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month is recognized each September to promote family and community disaster and emergency planning now and throughout the year. The 2019 theme is “Prepared, Not Scared.” Save Early for Disaster Costs Are you financially prepared for a natural disaster? #PrepareNow with the help of these tips and free resources: ready.gov/financial-preparedness Make a Plan to Prepare for…

Active Shooter Training

Active shooter incidents can happen anywhere. Would you know how to respond in a crisis? Chesapeake Employers Insurance is offering free seminars where employers and citizens can learn how to prepare for and respond to an active shooter incident. The training includes: Common sense disaster response planning Best practices to reduce casualties and increase chance…

RV Safety

For those who love to travel but don’t like leaving the comforts of home behind, RVing offers the ideal combination of transportation and living quarters. Equipped with a kitchen, bathroom and more, these ‘homes on wheels’ can pose several risks, including fires. The National Protection Association offers the following tips on how to stay safe…

Align Your Life

Your Business Assets are perfectly secured. Be Sure your Personal Assets get the same attention. Your business is a success because you’re monitoring performance, fine-tuning operations, and cultivating talent. You never take your eyes off the ball. The organization you are building is making a difference—it’s something bigger than just you. Do you treat your…

Fireworks Safety

4th of July is right around the corner, which means fireworks will be a hot topic! Be sure to familiarize yourself with state, county and town regulations regarding fireworks before you set them off. Maryland The use of fireworks is illegal in Maryland, unless the fireworks are part of a public display for which the State Fire Marshal has granted…