The holiday season is a fun and exciting time full of decorating, gift buying, hosting, and partying. Not be to a Scrooge, but, do you ever think the increased safety risks? With more vehicles on the road, increased alcohol consumption, adverse winter weather conditions, and fire hazards (electrical cords, holiday trees, decorations and cooking).
The year-end holiday season: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, and New Year’s is a prime time for fires and other accidents. Unfortunately, during this year’s holiday travel period, nearly 27,900 Americans will be seriously injured in auto accidents, & more than 250 will die.
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As the Director of Administration, Ethel’s role is to bridge the gap between the various departments within Rolyn’s infrastructure. Ethel continuously improves processes and policies, while managing the administrative support staff.