News and Articles About Safety
Ever hear of laser curtains? They are something to think about, to keep your employees safe.
The Department of Homeland Security is about to get a green thumb.
The once thriving restaurant chain's embrace of food safety as a corporate value is the best route to regaining consumer confidence.
Armed robbers stole two cellphones and millions of dollars worth of jewelry from the reality TV star. Here's what you can learn from this terrible incident.
U.S. regulators are warning owners of certain top-load Samsung appliances of 'safety issues.'
The announcement comes two weeks after the company issued a global recall amid reports of exploding batteries.
'No matter how you spin it, [Autopilot] is not designed for that. It is a driver assistance system and not a driverless system.'
Local media reports said the driver of the truck was a 20-year-old man who, along with a passenger, were able to escape from the truck before it exploded.
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The driver said he had been distracted by the game after his arrest for negligent driving following the accident on Wednesday evening.
Former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb stepped off his flight last night into a sea of panic. Here are the steps he took and what you can learn to keep you and your family safe.
At this year's Black Hat Conference, hackers gathered to share their dirtiest hacking secrets. Here's what you can learn from them.
The Office of Science and Technology Policy today unveiled its strategy to safely adopt UAS in the USA.
Autonomous vehicles must be "much safer" than human drivers before they are deployed on U.S. roads, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief Rosekind said.