Food safety research usually involves analyzing live populations of foodborne pathogens like Salmonella, Listeria and E. coli, but University of Georgia food scientist Henk den Bakker fights pathogens by developing computer software.
Safety Guy delivers three key tips to remember when playing outdoors. First, be careful of playing near parked cars within the driveway. Second, always keep ...
Memorial Day Safety Tips
Many look forward to Memorial Day for a day off of work and family barbecues; However, it is important to take a moment to remember why we get the free day and commemorate the fallen men and women of the United States Armed Forces. Before heading out to a Memorial Day BBQ, consider volunteering at a local cemetery and placing American flags on the graves of soldiers or attending one of their early morning Memorial Day events. During your Memorial
How to Send Back Food and Drinks
Dining and drinking out can be an expensive experience and you, as a customer, are entitled to an enjoyable one. But being entitled to something doesn’t mean you get to be a jerk about it. Sending food or drinks back from whence they came for no real reason is the saddest sort of flex, and there are few things more off-putting than someone who tries to build themselves up by being rude to waitstaff, bartenders, or anyone else in the service industry.
Top 10 Safety Rules For Kids In The Kitchen
Whether they’re helping you cook or simply watching, kids must be familiar with basic safety rules in the kitchen. 10 Safety Rules 1. Check that the oven and other cooking appliances are turned off…
Amusement Park Safety Tips
A popular family vacation destination in the summer months usually involves loading up the mini-van or SUV and heading on down to an amusement park for the day. While the rides and other attractions at amusement parks are typically safe, it is wise to be educated on the best practices to keep your family safe, [...]
Motorcycle Safety: Tips to Fighting Fatigue
You're getting sleepy, very sleepy. Save that trance for when you are in bed, not on the road.
Tips for Yacht Club Race Safety
Yacht clubs often hold fun, thrilling racing events. For both yacht clubs and racers, these tips should be followed for safety.
3 Essential Tips for Motorcycle Safety
A motorcycle accident can prove much more dangerous than a car accident. Choose safety! Get 3 tips for safe riding from Direct Auto & Life Insurance.
Hayride safety tips
Workplace safety for coronavirus essential workers
Sound risk management policies continue to be the key to keeping essential workers safe on the job.
Highway Driving Safety Tips for Busy Interstates
Regardless of where you live or how many miles you’ve traveled, it’s important to drive safely. Keep these highway driving safety tips in mind.
DOT 101: Basic Training for Safety Personnel
This free seminar is designed for safety professionals and will cover the fundamentals of a safety program. Special guest speakers include America's Road Team Captain, FMCSA representatives, Chris Hummer, President of Don Hummer Trucking Corporation; Dick Mahany, Director of Insurance Technology at Baldwin & Lyons; experts on sleep apnea and more!
Lyft is taking the human judgment out of critical safety decisions
The team entrusted with making decisions on whether to deactivate drivers has had its responsibilities eroded.
Important Ice Fishing Safety Tips
Learn important ice fishing safety tips to have fun, stay safe during winter months. Get info on ice, recommended thickness, traveling on ice, more.
1 in 10 Adults Have Food Allergies, But Twice as Many Think They Do
More than 10 percent of U.S. adults have a food allergy -- and nearly double that believe they do, a new study estimates.
How Fake Food Became A $90 Million Industry In Japan
Fake food samples, or sampuru, can be seen in most restaurant windows in Japan. The hyper-realistic plastic foods help with language barriers and advertising...
Food safety: Why going to your supermarket may be more dangerous than you think
Melissa Lee’s 10-month-old daughter, Ruby, became desperately ill last year after eating ground turkey tainted with salmonella. She was just one of 48 million A
Surplus, Salvaged, and Donated Foods: Safety Tips
Some foods that grocery stores, restaurants, and other retailers weren’t able to sell are donated to charity – for example, when a product’s “sell-by” date has passed or a can’s label is torn or missing.
Weathering the Storm: Farm and Ranch Severe Weather Safety Tips
When storms strike, make sure you follow these tips to help protect both you and your operation!
Have Natural Gas Appliances? Implement These Critical Safety Tips
Learn what to do if there’s a gas leak, know how to maintain your gas appliances, and other important information