When you have to commute on your way to a place like work or school, you more or less may have instances where you have to walk to reach your destination. When you walk on the side of roads, children’s cartoons and your parents may have already taught you that you’re always supposed to look left and right before crossing the street. However, what if there’s a construction site nearby? What exactly should you do? In this Safety 101 guide, you’ll get to know tips on keeping yourself safe from construction accidents.
Construction Accidents: The Statistics, The Protection
In terms of construction accidents, it’s important to understand that its threat to your safety and others’ isn’t to be easily dismissed because it’s confined in a single place. In fact, according to the Occupational Safety and Hazard Administration, approximately 991 of 5,190 worker deaths in 2016 were due to some …
When you’re working on a business, you will most likely encounter a contract one way or another. Recipients and parties involved may include you and an another partner, your stockholders, employees, contractors, and other individuals that may offer some benefit for your company. Of course, not following a contract may also spell big trouble for you and your enterprise.
According to numbers from the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management, about nine percent of business contracts made do actually experience some form of dispute or claim in the future. While these don’t necessarily translate to formal lawsuits, the reality of the matter is that there may be times when contracts can get confusing or unnecessarily technical because of a lack of understanding on a few fundamentals. Here are a few considerations:
Get The Key Parts Right
One of the most important considerations when writing a business contract is …
You appreciate the fact that technology has help you in more ways than one. Whatever your tasks are, you’re confident that an app is readily available for download to help you, especially when you’re driving. You believe that whatever your needs are while on the road, an app can help you do it – and you’re right. There are many apps which you can use to help you while you’re driving.
To help you narrow down your search (as you can’t possibly download all of the apps online), consider the list below:
- Google Maps: You might have been a driver for years but that doesn’t mean you know every road and address in your state – and that’s why you may need Google Maps. This app allows you to know where you’re going by providing you information on directions and street names. This app can also give you suggestions
No matter where you go, technology is always there. Regardless of the tasks, you’re supposed to do in a day, technology can help you in completing it. But on the other side of the coin, technology isn’t all good; technology can bring dangers to your life especially if you use it while you’re driving. The innovation that made your life more convenient, can also become the reason why you lose it. Accidents and technology are connected in more ways than one, and you might even know it. When you focus too much on the device that you’re holding rather than what’s on the road, you can end up in an accident due to distracted driving.
What Is Distracted Driving?
In its simplest sense, distracted driving is the practice of driving a motor vehicle while being engaged in another activity, usually one that involves the use of a mobile phone or …
Three billion people, about 40% of the world’s population, use social media-and according to some reports, we spend an average of two hours each day sharing, liking, writing and updating this device. That means about half a million like and Snap chat photos are distributed every minute.
When social media has a big role in our lives, can we sacrifice the health and well-being of our souls and our time? What exactly is the evidence found?
In a study involving 600 adults, about a third said social media had made them feel negative emotions – most frustrated – and jealousy was one of the main causes. This is triggered by the tendency to compare their lives with others and the first cause is the photos of others who are traveling. A sense of envy leads to a “vortex of jealousy,” in which people act in envy by adding similar …