In small or thinly [settled/settling] communities there may be no traffic policeman; but there may be sign at the intersection of highways to guide travelers, or warnings such as “Dangerous Curve!” or “School: Drive Slowly!” Such signs are usually posted by state or local authorities in according with the law. And even [where/which] there are no signs, the laws themselves are supposed to regulate traffic. Someone has compared the laws to the signals given to a football team by the quarterback. These signals are agreed upon in advance by the team, and tell each player not only what he himself, but also what every other player, is to do, and thus teamwork is secured. And so our laws are said to be signals of cooperation.
Making your workplace safe is Justas important as making your home safe, but it’s not always as easy. For the most part, you have to rely on your employer to provide a secure and comfortable environment. This can refer to simple things like specific policies to reduce accidents and incidents that threaten the lives and well-being of employees.