Owen Ahearn's Blog

I am a national expert legal witness who regularly writes about many topics including: Reasonable Standards of Care, Premises Liability, Property Management, Real Estate Management, Residential Management, Commercial Management, Vacation Management, Property Maintenance, Real Estate Management, Management Neglect, Maintenance Neglect, Condominium Associations, Home Owner Associations, Public Housing, Public Housing Maintenance, Public Housing Management, Snow Management, Ice Management, Snow Removal, Smoke Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Security Cameras, Security Systems, Board of Health Issues, Bed Bugs, Exterminations, Fires, Floods, Burst Pipes, Slips and Falls, Walkways, Decks, Railings, Parking Lots, Parking Lots Maintenance, Covid19, Corona Virus and other topics.

Snow Removal Preparations

Some people are thinking of visiting Florida and California, while others are thinking of taking a cruise. A lot of people these days are thinking winter is over - its not. It's time to refocus and keep planning until it is spring and there are no more snow and ice events. Here's how: Review and update the winter preparedness plan for winter storm readiness. Designate an individual to monitor the weather forecast. Establish contingency plans for staffing, fuel, equipment, fire protection, strategic shutdown and continued business operations. Establish policies for early closure, early staff release, delayed opening and strategic or emergency shutdowns. Ensure all employees are aware of the

Driving in Snow - Suggestions

Driving in Snow Suggestions/Recommendations Clear off your car completely before you start driving - including the roof The worst temperature for winter driving is between 24-34 degrees Snow has 50% less grip than dry roads. Ice has 75% less grip. Carry a snow shovel just in case Carry a blanket just in case Stay off the roads if you are uncomfortable driving.