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Safety on the Farm

Avoid the Hazards of Low Hanging Electrical Lines

Oversized farm equipment, like combines, cotton pickers, irrigation pipes and portable grain augers, can easily make contact with overhead electrical lines. Looking for and reporting low hanging electrical lines, and taking other safety precautions...

Take Time to Maintain Your Irrigation System

Investing a little time into properly maintaining and inspecting your irrigation equipment can help you spot and avoid preventable losses before they occur. Here are a few tips on what you can do to keep your system running smoothly: Create a...

Steps to Prevent and Treat Heat Related Illnesses

Often heat related illnesses occur when a person’s body is unable to cool itself naturally and the body’s temperature exceeds the normal range of 96-100 degrees Fahrenheit. To help lessen then effects of heat on a worker it is important to implement...

How to Reopen Your Building After It’s Been Closed

COVID-19 has temporarily shuttered the doors of many businesses across our state and the nation. While employee safety remains the top priority, it’s important to consider your vacant property and how to effectively reopen. These seven actions will...

Creating a Wildfire Resistant Home

Wildfires don’t just happen in western states like California; South Carolina is also vulnerable.