Reducing Risk

If you are a board member of your association it is important to be alert and attentive when driving or walking through your association property; make sure to assess your territory. Are any street lights burnt out which cause a dark spot on the street? Are there any pot holes in your streets that need to be reported to your municipality, or does action need to be taken by the board to get them repaired? During a landscape walk did you notice any ruts or holes in the ground that need to be addressed? How about uneven sidewalks which can lead to a slip and fall? Evaluating risk during your everyday life is important – especially if you are responsible for the wellbeing of others.     Read the article………….


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