Paul’s Blog

Reduce the risks of harm

Awareness of a danger empowers you to make choices to eliminate, or at least significantly reduce, risk of harm. Consider an obscured cliff edge on a hiking trail. If a warning sign makes you aware…
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Hands free doesn’t mean distraction free

Seventy-one year old Randi Kramer made headlines last week after being ticketed for distracted driving. The unlawful conduct?  Her plugged in cell phone was sitting in a cup holder in the center console of her…
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Are school zone speed restrictions necessary?

School zone speed restrictions are back.  But they shouldn’t be necessary.  And they fail to communicate an important safety message. They shouldn’t be necessary because other laws require us to slow to a safe speed…
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