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Holiday activities that begin at Thanksgiving and end after New Year’s provide plenty of time to enjoy family and friends. But while you focus on turkey, football, religious activities and welcoming a new year, don’t let a pedestrian accident wreck your plans.
When retro is a no-no
A houseful of vintage furnishings may be a popular decorating trend with many of today’s homeowners. When it comes to smoke alarms, however, retro is a no-no.
  • 16 August 2016
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Playing with Fire
Every July Fourth, Americans gather at parades, barbecues and other events to celebrate our nation’s independence. Traditionally, fireworks are the highlight of these celebrations. All too often, though, the night ends badly due to someone’s carelessness. Unfortunately, I speak from experience.
  • 26 June 2016
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Nailed It!
Always use common sense with handling power tools. I can’t believe that I was so stupid to actually fire a nail gun toward me. Also, protective clothing and equipment must be worn at all times when doing construction. After all, sooner or later, everyone gets nailed.
  • 19 June 2016
  • Author: Army Safety
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State of Shock
Oh, great, another electrical safety article. That’s what you’re thinking, right? Go ahead and roll your eyes now; get it over with. Now think about why the topic bores you.
  • 1 May 2016
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 1558
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Cooking with Fire
Everything was going great. My wife and I were excited our eldest daughter and her husband traveled from Oklahoma for a visit. After enjoying my wife’s delicious cooking during the week, they wanted to do something special and prepare a meal for us.
  • 1 February 2016
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 1369
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