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  1. Creating a Healthy Living Apartment Community in Your Building

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    As a landlord, you are not only responsible for collecting rent every month, but also for maintaining the health of your building. Working to construct an environment that is safe and spacious is hard work. On top of this, you should be monitoring the well being of each resident to prevent accidents and injuries. In […]

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  2. Tips to Managing Your Construction Project from Start to Finish

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    Have you worked on a construction project that you are proud of? This probably means you completed it based on your discussed time line with minimal risks to worry about. When managing a site, you should not only be aware of the performance of your employees, but also what budget and deadlines you need to […]

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  3. Do You know what Your Objectives are as a Child Daycare Owner?

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    Category: Education

    As a daycare owner, you want the children you watch to make friends, have fun, and receive a good education. However, the objectives that their parents expect may be different. Finding a balance to please your customers as well as follow regulations can help you create a safe place. The goals of your business should […]

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  4. What if Your Home was the Target for a Jewelry and Cash Burglary?

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    Your home is the place you feel most safe. You do everything you can to protect your loved ones from being the target for burglaries. However, even if you are taking safety precautions, your jewelry, cash, and other valuables could still be exposed to risks. This is why you need to not only have an […]

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  5. Landlords: Preventing Theft from Burglars to Your Apartment Building

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    Category: Education

    Are you concerned about burglars entering your property and stealing from your residents? As a landlord, your priority lies in safety first. This means you should invest in a variety of protective measures, including keys, locks, alarm systems, and more. In order to prevent theft, give burglars a reason to stay away. You can’t do […]

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  6. Spreading Community Awareness about Work Zone Safety

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    As a contractor, you are not only responsible for keeping your construction workers safe during a job, but the public as well. If you are operating in a work zone, then different vehicles will be trying to pass through daily. How can you maintain control and prevent accidents or injuries? By spreading awareness of safety […]

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  7. Providing the Children at Your Daycare with Education on Safety and Prevention

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    As a daycare provider, you are dedicated to the safety of the children you care for. How can you incorporate fun lesson plans on safety at home? Creating activities for the children to learn about prevention is a good way to keep them aware of their surroundings at a young age. If the children you […]

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  8. Is your Air Conditioner not cooling your House? Fix it with these Tips!

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    As the hot weather continues on, your air conditioner may be working in over drive. However, since it sweating it out too, this could mean more reasons for malfunctions. Keeping this device clean, not dirty, and fixed can help you survive the warm summer. Dealing with air conditioner problems is no fun, especially when it […]

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  9. Your Apartment Building and Fire Safety

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    As a landlord, you are responsible for what the dwelling in which your residents call home. They rely on you to protect them from risks. Don’t let them down. You should be aware of the potential hazards that threaten your apartment building, such as wildfires. Fire safety is crucial in the state of California. In […]

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  10. Injured Worker? As a Contractor, you should have an Accident or Injury Covered!

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    If a large accident or mishap occurred on your worksite, what would you do? As a contractor, it is important to make sure your employees are thoroughly protected and aware of the safety regulations involved with their job. In addition, providing proper training to workers can help you mitigate the potential risks you face. You […]

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