Winter Storms

  • 12 Winter Safety Tips for Employees and Outdoor Workers

    According to the CDC, one million injuries per year are caused by slips on snow and ice. Additionally, more than 116,800 people are injured in car crashes on snowy, icy, or slushy pavement each year. As you can see, winter weather is a safety threat, especially for those required to go outside a... View Post
  • How to Prepare for a Power Outage in Winter

    We sometimes forget how much we rely on electricity–until we no longer have it.  Heavy snow, ice, and strong winds from winter storms and blizzards can damage power lines, sometimes leaving us without power for days. Winter power outages mean no heat and no hot water, on top of not being able to ... View Post
  • Driving In A Snowstorm: What To Do If You Get Stranded In The Car

    The first snows of the season are happening around the country. As temperatures continue to lower and winter weather arrives, roads are getting slicker, and driving requires more attention. With snowstorms or winter storms becoming more frequent, reviewing the best practices for driving in snowy... View Post
  • Types of Winter Storms and How to Prepare for Them

    If cold weather isn’t a rare occasion in the region where you live, you are likely to have witnessed heavy snowfall. While it can look beautiful, some types of winter storms impose risks you should be aware of.  Read ahead to find out what winter storms are, why they can be dangerous, and how to... View Post

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