The Society for Risk Analysis has recently published a situation-based analysis of driver behaviors, which may be of interest to drivers in South Carolina. The analysis focused on distracted driving and those groups that are at a high risk for it. Drivers who had a strong intention to use their mobile phone behind the wheel were classified under four profiles: inexperienced drivers, uninhibited drivers, drivers with little sense of road safety and women drivers.
During the warm summer months in South Carolina, soaring temperatures can quickly cause heat-related illnesses to occur. A new study has found that for outdoor workers, heat stroke can occur during temperatures that are only in the high 80s.
Whether you live in South Carolina or spend family vacations here, the heat and humidity will likely have you visiting a hotel with a refreshing pool. However, pool decks can be hazardous areas — especially if the hotel manager or owner does not understand the typical swimming pool hazards, and fails to address pool safety concerns. While children are most at risk, accidents in and around a swimming pool can injure anyone.