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Carbon Fiber Ladders Choosing the Right Ones for Your Needs

24th March 2011
Lightweight yet durable, carbon fiber ladders are fast replacing the traditional ladders built with different materials in almost every sector. They are especially very popular in the marine sector, where they are attached to a boat/yacht or used as stand... Read >
Author: UMTMarine

Are ATVs Safe?

17th June 2010
ATVs are known as all terrain vehicles, quad or four wheeler. It's a vehicle that travels on low pressure tires, a seat that is straddled by the operator with handlebars for steering. These vehicles are able to handle a variety of terrain and are street l... Read >
Author: Christine Breen

Why do Warning Labels exist?

02nd June 2010
Warning Labels make for most wonderful jokes on the rainiest days. Why are they so prolific? What is the need for all of these crazy warning labels? Are these companies just trying to find more things for their staff to do? And why, most importantly... Read >
Author: Gilby

Potential Playground Hazards

19th April 2010
Springtime is finally here, which for most of us means the snow has (hopefully) melted, flowers are in bloom, and schoolchildren across the country are ready to reclaim their playgrounds! Before school administrators open those doors to the fresh air and ... Read >
Author: Donna McMullin

Gate Entrapment Injuries and Deaths

05th November 2009
Automatic sliding gates are very, very dangerous to children and adults.Many homes, apartments and/or homeowner associations use automatic sliding gates for security reasons. Children and adults can be severely injured or killed if they become entrapped i... Read >
Author: William Turley

Buying or Selling a home with Mold? Don't Panic! But act with prudence.

02nd April 2009
When buying or selling a home with mold, first and foremost, don't panic. You may find comfort in knowing you're not alone. According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and American Lung Association, up to 50 percent of all structures have damp ... Read >
Author: Brad Kovar

The Safety of Crib Baby Bumpers and Baby Crib Furniture

17th March 2009
A very common safety concern when parents consider how to set up their baby crib furniture bedding is whether or not to use crib baby bumpers. When it comes to this style of bedding for baby crib furniture, a 2005 study by the U.S. Consumer Product Saf... Read >
Author: Ryan Dube

What You Need To Know About Elevator Accidents

14th October 2008
Riding an escalator or an elevator has become an everyday thing for most of us. We ride these at work, at the mall, in hospitals, in almost all buildings that we go into. Needing lawyers to deal with escalator and elevator accident cases is something that... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Baby Bath Tub - A Necessity or a Luxury?

18th April 2007
Deciding to buy a baby bath tub may be as easy as a picking out cute little baby booties, or as hard as choosing the right name for your baby. With prices on some infant bath tubs as high as 30 and 40 dollars; many may wonder if having one is really a nec... Read >
Author: Danielle Bennett

Consumer Reports - Play Yards/Playpens

18th January 2007
Play yards provide an enclosed place for a baby to play or nap. Most designs can be folded into the compact shape of a golf bag and slipped into a zippered carrying case for travel or storage. The frame is made of metal tubing, and the sides are mesh or m... Read >
Author: BrookeYan
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