According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Americans make more than 405 million long-distance business trips per year. Walking through airports, catching an Uber to a hotel, eating out alone and walking around an unfamiliar city are all pretty normal for the corporate employee or entrepreneur. While most activities involve some risk, business travel can…

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Continued Safety During The School Year As time goes on and we settle into the new school year, it can be easy to fall into a routine and potentially become complacent. Being at a heightened state of awareness shouldn’t only happen in the first few weeks of the school year, but rather continue throughout the…

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School Safety September With so many things going on: supplies to buy, backpacks to pack, lunches to make, and forms to sign, we know that one thing on a lot of parent’s minds is safety. That’s why we’re happy to announce our newest series here at Trident Shield – School Safety September. Throughout September, you’ll find weekly…

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7 Must Read Safety Tips For Going Back To School With the kids going back to school, we know every parent has safety on their minds this September. With so much information circulating, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. We want to keep it simple and highlight the top 7 tips for going back to school safely. Download…

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Safety Tips For Driving And Being On The Road As the school year winds down, and summer gets closer, many of us will find ourselves in the car for a lengthy drive. Whether heading to a graduation ceremony, a long weekend mini-vacation over Memorial Day, or a full vacation at the beach, there are some…

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Actionable Spring Break Travel Safety Tips Part 2 of 2   While researching an article on Spring Break safety for college and high-school age students, I ran across this blog post. It really is comprehensive, so I decided to copy it and link it here. This is really great stuff, and important information for any…

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Have fun on Spring Break, but be safe! Part 1 of 2   Being safe over spring break can mean many things. It can be simple- like wearing sunscreen outdoors, or very difficult- as in having conversations with a teenager about the dangers of binge-drinking and the “hook-up” culture. In this blog entry, we are…

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Safety Tips For Working Late At Night Working late has become commonplace in American business. Recent studies suggest that almost two-thirds of US businesses report employees working more hours than three years ago. I can attest to this. My wife, who works in admin for a large University, often stays late at the office. She actually finds it…

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