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3 Tips to Reduce Your Dog Bite Liability as a Property Owner
Dogs are best friends to many. A record number of families have brought dogs home since the beginning of the pandemic. While the increase in companionship is priceless, dog bites and related injuries have also increased. Here are some ways to help prevent being injured by a dog.
Accidents can be extremely stressful. Here are some tips to keep in mind that can help you protect yourself and make the accident scene and claim process easier.
Small businesses are the backbone of the economy and, according to Phil Reitinger, President and CEO of Global Cyber Alliance, many have trouble approaching cybersecurity issues, which can lead to cyberattacks and data breaches. With tools like checklists, toolkits, and basic security measures, small businesses can grow their confidence in cybersecurity.
If you have been in the trucking industry for a while, you understand that proper tire care is critical to the operation of your truck. Though tires are costly, easily preventable tire failure can result in significant downtime and headaches far beyond the cost of the tires themselves. In my conversations with motor carriers, maintenance managers are usually aware of DOT tire identification numbers. However, there are drivers and others in the industry who are unfamiliar with the markings but could benefit from the information.
Dog bites are a serious risk for property owners. You may think you are in the clear if you have rules in place prohibiting dogs or if you have guidelines limiting size and dangerous breeds. However, tenants sometimes break rules, and even the nicest looking dog could potentially bite. It is important to understand that dog bites can affect your business regardless of the rules you have in place.
Why focus on forklifts and powered industrial trucks? OSHA requires powered industrial truck (forklift) operators to meet training requirements to ensure workers have the required skills and knowledge to work safely. Safety training benefits include fewer injuries, increased morale, and lower insurance premiums.

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