Winter Driving Safety Tips

With the recent extreme cold and snow, it’s safe to say that winter in New England is officially here. As we deal with below freezing temperatures and snow storms, bundling up and staying in seems more and more appealing. Unfortunately, the world doesn’t always shut down for bad weather. In the Northeast, driving in less than favorable winter conditions is a part of life. Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we want to make sure you’re staying safe on the roads, especially in the dead of winter. Continue reading “Winter Driving Safety Tips”

Holiday Fire Safety Guide

How are you getting ready for the holidays? Whether it’s by baking batches of your favorite cookies or by doing some last minute cleaning, fire safety should be on everyone’s holiday preparation list!

The risk of home fire is at its greatest during cold winter months. Festive things like string lights, Christmas trees, Menorahs, and holiday parties can all increase this risk. Follow our tips for a safer holiday season. Continue reading “Holiday Fire Safety Guide”

10 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Winter

The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping — fall is definitely here and winter is on the way! Just like you feel the cold, so does your home. So as you pull out your sweaters, mittens, and scarves, make sure you’re also doing enough to prepare your home for the cold winter weather.

Tackling basic home maintenance now can prevent major problems in the middle of winter. Make your life easier down the road by taking care of these 10 tasks now: Continue reading “10 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Winter”

Teen Driver Safety Week Tips

Happy #TeenDriverSafetyWeek! Learning to drive can be a great time in a teenager’s life, and a bit stressful for parents. While driving gives teenagers more independence, it also comes with many new responsibilities.

Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we know that education is key to success, which is why we’ve compiled some important tips for parents and teens. Talk to your teen driver about these safe driving best practices — and don’t forget to always set a good example! Continue reading “Teen Driver Safety Week Tips”

Eyes on the Road — 10 Distracted Driving Prevention Tips to Keep You Safe Behind the Wheel

Do you engage in distracted driving behaviors? Distracted driving occurs anytime your attention is not focused on driving or the road ahead. Distractions can be cognitive, visual, or manual, but they all take away from your main responsibility when you’re behind the wheel — that of driving safely. Continue reading “Eyes on the Road — 10 Distracted Driving Prevention Tips to Keep You Safe Behind the Wheel”

Cyber Security and Your Business — What You Need to Know

As a business owner, we know know that you have a lot on your plate. Not only are you responsible for maintaining and growing your business, you also have clients, employees, and suppliers to worry about. Keeping everyone safe is always a priority, but are you doing enough to protect yourself from cyber attacks? Continue reading “Cyber Security and Your Business — What You Need to Know”

10 Fall Prevention Tips to Make Your Workplace Safer

Office slip and falls can happen anywhere. According to the National Safety Council, falls are the second highest cause of workplace injuries. Besides being painful and inconvenient for the injured worker, these types of accidents have a huge impact on your business as well. Every time an employee is injured on the job, you face a loss of productivity, not to mention increased insurance premiums. So what can you do to make your workplace safer for everyone? Follow these simple tips to minimize your risk of slips and falls. Continue reading “10 Fall Prevention Tips to Make Your Workplace Safer”