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National Safety Month

The number of traumatic injuries treated in the emergency room nearly doubles during summer. Traumatic Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1-40. In the United States, a worker is injured on the job every seven seconds. (National Security Council (NSC), a nonprofit that seeks to eliminate the third-leading cause of death: unintentional and preventable injuries). Hazard Recognition In a complex work environment encountered by construction, electric, or metal workers, there is numerous hazards. A hazard is considered anything that could hurt you or anyone else. Examples of workplace hazards include: Frayed electrical cords (could result in electrical shock) Anything stack

#FightLike4

We would like to acknowledge a spirited and genuine young man. Troy Haynes of Woodbridge High School is battling a rare form of renal cancer and is not treating it like a setback, just a challenge. Recently, Troy willed himself to walk across the stage at graduation under his own strength. Troy was part of the 2019 Blue-Gold Basketball Games and competed in one of the most intense Blue-Gold All-Star Games to date. As the presenting sponsor of the Blue-Gold Basketball Games we are proud to support Troy in his battle. #FightLike4 Click Here To Support Troy Haynes

Delaware's Traffic Season

We are in the window of “Delaware’s Deadliest 100 Days,” the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day. School is out of session, teens are on the roadways, and tourists are traveling down Route 1 South to the Delaware Beaches. Last summer was absolutely tragic on Delaware roadways. A single accident following the Fourth of July weekend (July 6, 2018) shook the State of Delaware to its core. The Trinidad Family was on Route 1 North following their annual summer vacation in Ocean City, Maryland. An out-of-control heavy-duty pickup truck crossed the median and struck the Trinidads’ family van, killing 5 people. Nine days later (July 15, 2018), another two fatal accidents were reported. One cycli

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