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Each year, hospital emergency rooms treat about 12,500 people for falls, cuts, shocks, and burns due to incidents involving faulty holiday lights, dried-out Christmas trees and other holiday decorations.

 


 

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Latest from the BEP Institute Newsletter

Risks of Distraction

Sports teams, like the Indians, must compete with younger demographics that prefer a higher level of Internet-based interactivity, the social interaction of watching the game at a sports bar and the casual watching of the game at home.  However, they are, in essence, catering to an audience paying less attention to their surroundings by offering more distractions.
 
But there can be risks to product changes; in this illustration it is the move away from watching the game to merely attending the game.. . 

Beyond Weather Alerts

While the U.S. arguably has the best emergency alerting capabilities in the world including the National Weather Service/FEMA supported Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS), local authorities lack the ability to tap into that system and convert that data to meaningful alerts specific to their community.
 
The Weather Company (known to many as The Weather Channel or weather.com) believes their expertise and market saturation can serve the local authorities with distribution of any type of emergency alerts...


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