Imagine you’re shopping for new tires for your car. You have the choice between budget tires that cost much less, but have been reported to underperform in rainy or snowy conditions, and tires that are relatively more expensive, but have great safety ratings. If you live in a place where it rains or snows often, you might find it worthwhile to …continue reading the rest of Ask the Experts: How Much Does Child Care Insurance Cost?
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Johnson & Johnson has just announced a major recall for their line of Infant’s Tylenol. The recall covers more than 500,000 bottles of liquid Tylenol. While there is reportedly nothing wrong with the medicine itself, a portion of the “SimpleMeasure” dosing system has a flawed design that can lead to a portion of the packaging to fall into the medicine.
Parents and caregivers are encouraged to …continue reading the rest of Product Recalls: Tylenol for Infants
What do you think the scariest part of Halloween is? The costumes? Or the haunted houses? Or possibly the prospect of having to clean up your front yard after the neighbor kids toilet paper everything?
While all of these things are scary in their own right, they pale in comparison to the fear of navigating Halloween with a …continue reading the rest of 4 Ways to Make Halloween Safe for Everyone
When visiting with customers, West Bend’s loss prevention representatives almost always discuss the importance of using a well-drafted waiver (or exculpatory agreement). These waivers protect businesses from claims arising from negligence, and help reduce litigation expenses, and, in turn, insurance premiums.
While many business owners and nonprofit executives may recognize the benefits of having a strong waiver, the large majority of organizations we visit have exculpatory agreements that would almost definitely …continue reading the rest of SportWaiver.com: A Must-Follow Resource for Sports Orgs
If you are a lifeguard supervisor or manager, this probably sounds familiar. You supervise a group of lifeguards; some stay with you all year long, while another group only works once college classes are finished. On top of keeping these schedules straight, you also have to hire new lifeguards to replace the ones that decided to move on.
Amongst all of this chaos it is easy to lose sight of one of the most important elements of lifeguarding …continue reading the rest of Lifeguard Management Best Practices: Tracking Lifeguard Certifications