Month: October 2015

Being Safe – Not Scared – This Halloween

“Trick or treat!“ That time of year is upon us once again – the night where little spooks and goblins visit our homes and ask us for candy. Halloween is a billion-dollar business in the United States, growing in popularity each year. It’s estimated that Americans will spend nearly seven billion dollars on the spooky […]


Construction Site Safety: Protecting Workers From Falls

The construction of a new hotel in downtown Evansville has the community buzzing with excitement. The five-story tower of rooms for lodging and convention space has been highly anticipated, discussed, encouraged, and disparaged since the beginning, and now we’re beginning to see the actual project taking shape. Like the construction of the adjacent Ford Center, […]


Work Zone Safety: Protecting Road Construction Workers

It might seem like the Tri-State has two seasons – winter and construction season. Orange barrels tend to sprout up every spring and remain visible all the way through the fall months. Tri-State drivers are accustomed to narrowed lanes, traffic cones, orange barrels, and alternate routes – so much so that we’re likely to not […]