Blunt Facts about Vehicular AccidentWritten by Maricon Williams
Accidents have already become part of our daily lives. It makes us tripped off our usual activities. It kills, injures, damages. Their horrible effect lingers in our mind however, we are not learning from it because according to statistics, vehicular accidents are increasing wildly every year. Aside from recklessness and defective parts which are common causes of accident before, deviant causes like drug and alcohol dependency are also apparent nowadays.
Vehicular accidents are soaring high. In fact, every year it continues to take lives, injure people and damage properties. Thus, there is an indispensable need for us to know facts revolving vehicular accidents to make sense of damage that it has caused us and will probably cause us in future.
In past, there have been few nightmares about vehicular collision. One of which happened on 1896 where there was only four registered cars in United States. Unfortunately, two of them collided with each other in St. Louis. In 1960, world’s most solitary tree located in Tenere Desert, Central Africa was struck into by a truck.
As of 2003 there is a close to 7 million vehicular accidents yearly. Out of which, there are 3.5 million injuries involved. There is also approximately $4,900 car accident crashes cost per second. It means to say that there is a vehicular accident once or thrice every month. What is alarming is fact that teenagers are 22 times more likely to speed up like a rocket compared to those persons 65 years or above. Another fact involves statistics which shows that 1 out of 5 Americans are involved in an alcohol-related car crash. The most common day of accident was recorded to be Saturday and second was Sunday.
Protecting your Trade SecretsWritten by Maricon Williams
Many businesses owe their success to trade secrets. Protecting it may mean continued growth of business.
According to Uniform Trade Secrets Act, trade secret means information, including a formula, pattern, compilation, program, device, method, technique or process that: (1) derives independent economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known to, and not being easily ascertainable by proper means, by other persons who can obtain economic value from its disclosure or use, and (2) is subject of efforts that are reasonable under circumstances to maintain its secrecy.
In order to protect your trade secrets, you must do following:
1.Find out what needs protection. Information you want to protect requires secrecy. Try not to be too inclusive so as not to trivialize protection. Protect trade secrets only. 2.Label protected information documents. Said documents must be labeled confidential. Check and limit its circulation. 3.Computers must be secured. Passwords must be used and distributed with increased caution. 4.Maintain secrecy of your trade secrets. You can include a strict confidentiality provision regarding your trade secrets. You can have different sources for your product’s parts. Divulging final product and relationship of parts will do you no good. 5.Prioritize security above anything else. Lock doors and filing cabinets properly to provide enough security. If your resources can afford security officers, secure zones and badges, better security is.