Children are not the only ones who feel agitated about going back to school. The beginning of the school year means more cars, buses and pedestrians to deal with in the driveways. Needless to say, many Georgia drivers are not happy about adding 10 or 20 more minutes to their daily traffic.
Workplace safety isn't on the "nice-to-have" list of goals for employers. Federal and state laws establish that workers have the right to operate in safe environments. That means making sure they get information about all the known risks around them, the training necessary to avoid harm and any equipment that might be essential for maintaining safety. Unfortunately, not every employer lives up to those obligations. And even where they do, work-related injuries still occur.
When it comes to buying a vehicle, some research suggests that what reviewers think is more important to consumers than anything else. One recent study reports that of about 2,200 respondents queried, 60 percent said they would be more inclined to look at a vehicle based on reviewer reactions. The next most important factor was safety ratings.
Headlines are not lacking items of violent and injury-causing events in workplaces. There was a time when shootings by disgruntled post office workers were common enough that the phrase, going postal, came into existence. Today, it can describe any situation in which someone displays uncontrolled anger in the extreme.
If there's one thing the South does well, it's barbecue. Everyone has their specialty. Maybe you're a rib person, or perhaps brisket is more your style. (Brisket is my favorite!) Maybe you go for charcoal, or you could be a propane convert. Whatever your preference, all barbecues have one thing in common: FIRE!