Streetsmart insurance Blog
Your home is usually where you feel safe but when it comes to your baby, it could present a lot of hazards. Make sure to baby-proof your home to prevent or minimize accidents. These ten helpful tips can save you a trip to the emergency room.
While safety improvements slowly take hold in the construction industry, some firms are turning to technology to reduce workplace injuries.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is requiring businesses to step up their safety programs for workers exposed to respirable silica. The new, stricter regulations officially took effect on September 23.
As carmakers modernize their vehicles by employing more and more technology, cars have been getting safer and more difficult to steal.
Every Wi-Fi connection is vulnerable to an unprecedented security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on Internet traffic and potentially access your personally identifiable information and passwords, researchers revealed recently.
Every late summer and early fall wildfires rage in many parts of the West and Southwest, as the fires running almost the length of California this year show. Thousands of homes have burned to the ground and thousands of people have been displaced.
Cyber attacks are on the rise, and "phishing" - the practice of tricking insiders into answering e-mails, clicking links or otherwise exposing company networks to criminal intruders - is a leading tactic.
As much as you worry about maintaining your car’s shiny look, it is equally important (or even far moreso) to treat your car’s battery well. Without a functioning battery, even a gorgeous looking vehicle won’t get you very far.
Having adequate personal protective equipment on hand and available for employees to use is a critical part of your workplace safety and compliance program.
Traditionally, insurance has relied on information asymmetry: The insurance carrier has had the advantage of access to reams of actuarial data which it uses to price policies, while the customer has had the advantage of more intimate knowledge of his or her own particular situation.