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Social Host Liability for Football Watch Parties

Hosting a football watch party and serving alcohol? Be a responsible host. If you're hosting a party at your home and planning to serve alcohol - take steps to limit your liquor liability and make sure you have the proper insurance.
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Basic Steps of Food Safety

Following good food safety habits can help protect you and your family from food illness. To keep your family safe from food illness, follow these four simple steps: clean, separate, cook, and chill:
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Construction Safety & Health Programs – Education and Training

Construction safety education and training are important tools for informing workers and managers about hazards and controls so they can work more safely and be more productive.
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Food & Water Safety for Weather Emergencies

Are you and your family totally prepared for destructive effects of a tropical storm or a hurricane? Disasters don’t plan ahead. But you can. Before weather emergencies, it is important to have a plan in place for emergency supplies, food, and water.

Do I Need Illinois BASSET Training?

Illinois Public Act 99-0046 (PDF) requires alcohol servers (and those checking ID's for alcohol service) in Illinois on-premise establishments to successfully complete a BASSET class and to complete a re-certification every 3 years.
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Recommended Practices for Safety & Health Programs in Construction

For many small businesses, establishing an injury and illness prevention program may seem daunting. Yet simple, low-cost approaches have been shown to be effective in small businesses. Read more about some simple steps you can take to get started.
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Workplace Injuries Increase After Time Change

Are you prepared to fall back this weekend? The seasonal time change creates a higher risk for injuries at work. Employers and staff should be aware of the possible effects on safety caused by the loss of sleep brought on by the daylight saving time changes.