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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on Play in the Backyard with Safety in Mind!

Play in the Backyard with Safety in Mind!

Are you working on creating a backyard space that is both inviting and safe? It is important to build an environment that your children can learn and grow in, while also understanding how to prevent accidents in the process. Whether your loved ones decide to play games, sun bathe, or walk the dog in the backyard, remember to keep it fun and safe.

A backyard should add to your home and not stress you out. By utilizing your resources, you can figure out what it takes to create a relaxing place filled with play. Here are some tips you can follow to get started on your personal outdoor space:

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  • Always put safety first, both inside and outside of your home.
  • Make a list of what you think your family would like to see in the backyard. This can help you organize your ideas and see if you need areas for dining, playing, sitting, gardens, or pets.
  • If you decide to build a patio area, walkway, or even a swimming pool, make sure to take the right steps to prevent slips, trips and falls on the hard services. Consider using non-skid, non-slip surfaces where children enjoy running and playing.
  • Planting a garden can make the backyard colorful and warm. However, make sure you do not grow toxic plants that children could potentially get into.
  • Avoid installing prickly objects such as cactus, sharp rocks, and wood chips.
  • If you have a grill in the backyard, make sure there is a 10-foot clearing between it and the side of the house or trees.
  • While enjoying the nice weather, children may want to play around barefoot. This is not always the safest option. Don’t allow flip-flops when climbing or swinging on the jungle gym. Also, have them wear tight fitting and not loose clothing that could get caught in something.
  • Keep all of your yard tools and lawn materials in a shed with a lock so no one gets hurt.

At Insurance Partners Group, we hope these tips help you maintain a safe and fun backyard. Putting the well being of your family and others first while on your property should be a priority. Having home insurance from us may help you realize how necessary it is to protect yourself from potential risks. Our agents have a complete understanding of what may go wrong at home, which is why they can create a personalized plan to meet all of your lifestyle needs!

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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on Safety on the Road: Passing and Driving Around Trucks

Safety on the Road: Passing and Driving Around Trucks

As a driver, do you know how to operate your car when you are around commercial vehicle? These large machines can take up a lot of the road, and some people are nervous being near them or passing them. However, it is important to understand how to share the road with them in order to avoid accidents and injuries.

Safety should always come first, whether you are next to a large truck or a small smart car. Here are some tips for local motorists when they are sharing the road with commercial truckers:

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  • Never cut directly in front of a truck, or you will cause a major collision.
  • If you are alongside a truck, make sure to pass it quickly so you avoid being in the blind spots.
  • Once you are past the truck, only switch lanes when you can see both headlights in your rearview mirror.
  • Try your best to pass a truck on the left and not on the right. This is because the blind spots on the right are worse than on the left for truckers.
  • Leave a large gap behind and in front of a truck so you avoid damages from loose cargo.
  • If you are following a truck, make sure you can see the driver’s face in the side mirrors. This means they can see you too.
  • Do not tailgate a truck. You are putting yourself and others at serious risk.
  • Don’t slow down while passing a truck. This is dangerous to do. Instead, always accelerate to get out of the blind spots as fast as possible.

At Insurance Partners Group, we encourage you to always be attentive when driving near large trucks. Remaining focused and alert to your surroundings can help you avoid dangerous situations. If you feel you require more protection when behind the wheel, you should look into our top notch car insurance. Our agents would be more than happy to share ways that you may be able to save!

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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on Providing Education and Medical Assistance to Patients who need Immunizations

Providing Education and Medical Assistance to Patients who need Immunizations

Informing a patient about an immunization he/she needs is a responsibility of yours as a home healthcare provider. If the person you care for has not had a yellow fever or chicken pox vaccine, tetanus shot, or another important type of vaccination, it is important to educate him/her about the importance of getting them done. You should not force a patient to get a shot they don’t want, but with your medical education, it is important to guide them in the healthy, right direction.

As you interact with a variety people with different needs on a daily basis, it can be easy to mix up exactly what they require for their individual medical care. However, keeping track of these records is crucial to their health and your reputation. Failure to remain organized could result in you giving someone the wrong immunization or incorrect diagnosis. Here are some tips to follow in order to administer vaccines correctly:

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  • Always offer the patient a copy of the appropriate Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) to read during the immunization visit. Also give the patient an opportunity to ask questions.
  • If your patient is an adolescent, inform them and their parents about the importance of adolescent vaccinations.
  • During a routine patient checkup, you can incorporate immunization information into the meeting. This can help the person be prepared for the next visit if a vaccine is required.
  • Let your clients know that vaccines can protect them against highly communicable diseases which can be encountered daily.
  • Your patients trust your advice, so remain professional and educated when giving them guidance on their immunization decisions.
  • Teach your patients about the risks associated with having no vaccine, especially if they are elderly.

At Insurance Partners Group, we hope these tips help you operate a home healthcare business which focuses on the importance of educating the community about their health needs. Immunizations are important for all people to receive. By providing patients with sound advice, they can trust your services. However, if you feel you require protection in case a mistake is made, having reliable and affordable home health insurance may be your solution. This type of coverage is designed to protect your business if you are exposed to mishaps such as lawsuits relating to staff, lawsuits relating to patients or in-home patrons, errors and omissions liabilities, and HIPPA compliance liabilities.

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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on Solve the Bed Bug Problem in Your Community!

Solve the Bed Bug Problem in Your Community!

Have you been receiving a flood of phone calls involving the extermination of bed bugs? The increase of infestations may be common in the local area, but you must handle each situation uniquely and with care. Your clients may check for bed bugs on their own or take a picture of a bed bug to show you, but remember, you are the expert. Take control of the invasions before they get out of hand.

In recent news, bed bugs have become a big problem in Lancaster, especially for first responders. Because of this, fire departments have developed bed bug policies to eliminate the pests for good. The Greenfield Township Fire Department was one of the stations that adopted the policy. The headquarters started following the procedure after the bugs infested the station in February. The entire crew also received training from the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force to prevent the same incident from occurring again.

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Many other fire departments in Lancaster developed their own policy to protect their crews against bed bugs after hearing of the news. Although businesses should be cautious of these pests, officials remind residents to protect their homes as well. Establishing a policy to follow just like the fire departments can help successfully eliminate bed bugs. The policy should include prevention, detection, and elimination steps.

You can provide your customers with protective measures to take upon extermination, such as purchasing impermeable mattress covers, cleaning the area daily, and monitoring when bed bugs are attracted and trapped. At Insurance Partners Group, we understand that your job is to protect the public from pests, but who is protecting your business? We can! Our team can provide you with a specialized pest control insurance program. We would be happy to discuss the requirements of this policy with you. Contact us today for more information.

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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on The Definition of Leadership lies in your Style and Personality

The Definition of Leadership lies in your Style and Personality

As a business owner, do you know what kind of leadership style you have? This may seem like a difficult question, but the answer could lie in your personality. Leadership comes in many forms, but the way a person takes on the quality can help lead an organization to success and growth. Staying true to yourself and encouraging your employees to become leaders as well can help your definition of leadership become more concrete.

The steps you take to make decisions within your organization directly effects the people you work with and your customers. The style you have when approaching decisions can determine the type of leader you are. Can you identify with any of the following styles? If so, this may help you come closer to a solid plan for success:

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  • Asserting your power over others to show your position as a leader while remaining fair.
  • Overseeing work by telling employees what to do and when, with rewards and punishments appropriate.
  • Handing out tasks in order to get the job done and that is all that matters.
  • Leading employees with care by making sure they have what they need.
  • Leading others by helping them feel empowered and become leaders.
  • Being able to imagine a goal and motivate others to work with you towards it.
  • A You understand that there is no organization without its people. You make everyone responsible for their actions and decisions, providing guidance along the way.
  • You reflect on your own personality so you can lead others effectively.

At Insurance Partners Group, we hope you are able to identify your style from this list. Taking some time to realize what type of personality and leadership style you have can help you better interact with your customers and employees. If success is what you seek, then you may also think about protecting your organization with our business insurance. This policy can provide unique and specialized options for your business needs. We offer pest control, home healthcare, hospitality, golf course, country club, construction insurance, and much more!

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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on Making Your Home Kid Friendly!

Making Your Home Kid Friendly!

If you just purchased your first home, you may feel overwhelmed with the amount of work that needs to be done. However, if you have children, then their safety should become priority. Creating an atmosphere that is inviting and kid friendly can help prevent accidents and injuries in the place you now can call home.

Children have a tendency to get into everything, sometimes all at once. Being proactive when it comes to their safety can help prevent mishaps around your home and possible claims on your home insurance. Here are some tips to get started on creating a kid friendly place to live:

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  • Organize items into categories, such as valuables/breakables, and place them out of reach before children can get to them.
  • Block off areas of your home that may be dangerous to children.
  • Conduct safety checks every so often, looking for hazardous cleaners, medicines, or chemicals in cabinets, knives in reach, small choke-able items, and for things that are heavy, but easy to tip over.
  • Make sure to open blinds all the way and put the cord out of reach of children.
  • Put child safety latches at the top of all the cupboards and drawers so no one gets hurt.
  • You can get corner protectors for all the sharp corners in the house.
  • In the kitchen, install a stove guards to prevent any pots and pans from slipping off and scalding your children.

At Insurance Partners Group, we hope these tips help you make the right adjustments to your home. Eliminating the stress and worry of your children getting hurt may give you peace of mind as you continuing moving into your new environment. However, if you are concerned about risks in the future, invest in our home insurance now. This policy can be designed to protect your home from covered perils. So don’t hesitate, ask one of our friendly agents about your options.

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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on How Does a Speeding Ticket Affect Your Insurance?

How Does a Speeding Ticket Affect Your Insurance?

Sometimes you may be in such a rush that you don’t realize you are going over the speed limit. It happens. However, if you have a natural lead foot, this may not bode well for your driving record. Have you ever received a speeding ticket? If so, this may affect your insurance premiums.

Imagine: You have just been served a speeding ticket or another type of traffic ticket. Now what does this mean for your coverage? Such an incident may cause your insurance rates to go up. This is because if you have committed multiple offenses, you could be considered a higher risk to insure. Speeding on any type of roadway puts you in danger of getting into an accident or inflicting injuries on yourself or others.

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In many cases, a speeding ticket will not have an immediate effect on your premium. Since your insurance is typically reviewed upon renewal, this is when an agent will take the speeding ticket or tickets into account. However, after a certain amount of years, the cost may return back to normal, unless another serious incident occurs.

While one ticket on your driving record isn’t terrible, each additional ticket may be a sign that you need help. Taking a defensive driving course or understanding why you speed may help the problem. Yet, no matter what happens to you on the road, the agents at Insurance Partners Group believe it is critical for drivers to check in on their auto insurance every once in a while. Though the number of accidents are decreasing, that does not mean the need for coverage should diminish, too. Luckily, we can provide you with top notch solutions. Our team would be more than happy to share ways that you may be able to save on your insurance and prevent accident in the future.

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5 years ago · by · Comments Off on Helping Your Patients Deal with the Flu

Helping Your Patients Deal with the Flu

Being in the home healthcare industry means you see different patients with different types of issues each day. Do many of them currently have the flu? With this illness being passed around often during this time of year, it is important to monitor the health of your patients. In addition, you can help them deal with the side effects of this virus so they can be back on their feet in no time.

Since the flu is spread easily by coughing, sneezing, or touching surfaces, your job is to monitor these risks and prevent the spreading as much as possible. Here are some tips you can give your patients on how they can survive flu season this year:

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  • Symptoms can vary from person to person, but usually include a fever, muscle aches, fatigue, and a cough and sore throat.
  • Most people with the flu recover within one to two weeks.
  • Call the doctor if you have trouble breathing, you have pain in your chest, you feel dizzy or confused, or you cannot stop vomiting.
  • Rest until the flu is fully gone.
  • Drink enough fluids so that you do not become dehydrated.
  • Sanitize your hands.
  • Wipe down shared household objects such as telephones and TV remote controls with Lysol.
  • Avoid being around people who are coughing.
  • Get a flu shot to help prevent the illness.

At Insurance Partners Group, we hope these tips help your patients become stronger and healthier than ever during this flu season. You can also help people to stay informed and prepared by directing them to key resources. In addition to supporting your patients, you should also protect your business with reliable and affordable home healthcare insurance. This type of coverage is designed for those who provide in-home services to people who need it. Having this coverage in place can transfer risks, so you can focus on providing superior care and services.

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