Halloween Safety Tips

Summer has turned to Fall. While that means relaxation from the heat, it also means that Halloween is fast approaching. If you have children who love to trick or treat, now is the time to start thinking about safety. Halloween safety begins early in the month and continues on through the candy gathering fun. Below,…

Senior Pedestrian Safety

Walking is recommended for people of all ages, especially for senior citizens who want to stay active and healthy. However, senior pedestrian safety has become a major concern, particularly in and around the city. Pedestrian accidents can lead to major injuries, but there are ways you can stay safe when you head out. What Dangers…

Pedestrian Safety for Kids

Our kids are going to be in and around the roadways. Whether they are walking to school, to a friend’s house, or to the library, you want to make sure they are safe. As adults, we have learned the basics of pedestrian safety, but the roadways are filled with distractions for children. By teaching them…

Illinois Car Seat Law (2019)

Parents strive to keep their children safe when they ride in vehicles. However, it can be confusing for parents to understand what kind of child safety seat to use and which state laws apply to their situation. In this state, the Illinois Child Passenger Protection Act outlines what parents and guardians of younger children must…

Union Membership and Fatal Work Injury

Union membership has historically had a positive impact on wages, benefits, and general job security, regardless of industry. But how does it impact workplace safety? By using data gathered from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, we were able to shed some light on the relationship between unionization, right to work laws, and fatal…