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Responsible Alcohol Service & Consumption Mother’s Day

Mother's Day is a great time to relax, unwind, and enjoy some adult time. But if the event involves drinking alcohol at an establishment, both the consumer and server of alcohol bear responsibility. Learn more about the roles and responsibilities of the alcohol server and consumer.

Why is UST Operator Training Necessary?

It’s The Law Section 1524 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 states that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in coordination with states, must develop...

Heat Stress: Awareness and Protecting Workers

As we transition to warmer temperatures, it’s important to revisit your workplace’s Heat Stress Prevention Program to ensure your employees are equipped to combat...
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St. Patrick’s Day Patron & Bartender Safety Tips

On St. Patrick’s Day, everyone should celebrate responsibly. Here are some tips to help alcohol consumers and alcohol seller-servers to safely navigate the Irish-themed festivities.

Social Host Liability and March Madness Parties

Hosting a March Madness party and serving alcohol? 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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Tailgate Party Food Safety

Because tailgate parties are an all-day food grilling and feast, there is an increased risk of foodborne illness. Cooking outdoors presents a food safety challenge. Not not only does bacteria multiply faster in warmer temperatures, but preparing food outdoors makes safe food handling more challenging. Every good tailgate party starts with a good game plan - that should include food safety.
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OSHA Safe and Sound Week

OSHA's Safe + Sound Week is a nationwide campaign to raise awareness and understanding of the value of proactive occupational safety and health (OSH) programs in all workplaces. Implementing a safety and health program can not only reduce worker injuries - but can also save a business money and improve competitiveness.