NorthPointe Insurance Blog
Vacations are a great way to reconnect with family and friends, they are a time to relax and unwind. Here are a few tips to help ensure your time away is enjoyable without incident.
More than 40,000 people were killed in crashes on U.S. roads in 2017, according to preliminary estimates from the National Safety Council. Another 4.57 million people were injured seriously enough to require medical attention. Share to ensure #No1GetsHurt: nsc.org/nsm
Being an independent insurance agency we have...options. If one option doesn't work, we have many more to take a look at. This isn't just at the time you join my agency as a client, these options are available anytime - we will sit down at renewal time to ensure you are properly covered for the best rate.
June is National Safety Month - Slips, trips and falls are the 3rd leading cause of death in the workplace.
Learn some simple tips to prevent hazards on the job so that #No1GetsHurt: nsc.org/nsm.
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Lake season is upon us and although we are in the area of the land with 10,000 lakes and we are often on the water, it's important to always have safety in mind.
Making sure you don't have too many passengers for your vessel, ensuring everyone has a life jacket and checking your equipment before heading out are just a few tips to do each and every time. You can find more Boating Safety Tips - HERE.
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June is National Safety Month - this week we want to share information about Wellness. Taking care of ourselves will help not only in our personal lives but also int the workplace.
One of the biggest steps we can take for better health is more sleep. It is recommended to get seven to nine hours of sleep each day.
You can find out more information about investing in worker sleep health HERE.
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June is National Safety Month, this week we will be talking about Emergency Preparedness. Emergency situations can happen at any time, we hope the information we are going to share over the next month is beneficial.
The #1 safety step for your household is to change the batteries in your smoke alarms at least once a year. A good rule of thumb is to change them at daylight savings time, giving your smoke detectors fresh batteries twice a year. Having a working smoke alarm in your home cuts your odds of dying in a home fire in half according to the National Fire Protection Association.
Below is a link to a tip sheet with information on how to plan for possible emergencies and tips on stocking up your emergency kit.
Not only is it important to have a tornado plan for your home, it is also important to have one for the work place. You can find more information regarding this topic HERE.