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Stop Street Harassment: Runner Safety Infographic

April 28th, 2014 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

Stop Street Harassment: Runner Safety Infographic

Cycle Safety Tips

April 15th, 2014 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

Cycling, although fun, can be a dangerous activity especially with the increasing amount of cars on the road.  Here are some important safety tips to consider before heading out on your next ride:

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Eyes On The Road – 5 Driving Safety Tips

February 24th, 2014 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

How to Prevent Burglary – Infographic | Protect Your Home

February 5th, 2014 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

How to Prevent Burglary – Infographic | Protect Your Home

Caught in a storm? Keep safe this winter! Safety Infographic

January 25th, 2014 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

Check out the infographic here: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f7/f8/7f/f7f87f487d87a4d6ee9ec4fb3be673c1.jpg

Space Heater Safety Tips Infographic

January 24th, 2014 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

Did you know that space heater fires make up half of all winter home heating fires? Learn a few interesting statistics about space heater fires, and the steps you and your family can take to avoid them. Space heater safety is simple when you follow the precautions listed in the infographic below.

Space heater safety infographic.
Provided by Nationwide Insurance

Holiday Home Safety Tips [Infographic]

December 11th, 2013 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

Teen Driver Safety [Infographic]

November 19th, 2013 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

Teen Driving Safety

Safety Survival Hacks [Infographic]

October 23rd, 2013 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

Many household objects can be used for something entirely different than their main purpose. When disasters strike, emergencies occur, or you just get bored and want to be creative, there are many ways to transform the common item into a life-saving tool. We scoured the web and found the best survival hacks that include: turning a headlamp and a jug of water into a bright light, using dryer lint and petroleum jelly as fire starters, turning glasses into a signaling device, creating an all-natural refrigerator, turning a watch into a compass, converting batteries with tin foil, creating a homemade generator, using a condom to store a gallon of water, how to pick a lock, purifying water with bleach, making an air horn from household items, and using cardboard to create a solar oven.

Tips For A Safe 4th of July

July 3rd, 2013 Posted by Blog No Comment yet

As you prepare for the long weekend and take time with your family and friends to celebrate the incredible freedom we enjoy here in the United States, make sure your family is safe if you choose to use fireworks. Remind teens about safe driving, avoiding alcohol on the road, and distractions. A crummy fact: the 4th of July ranks as the deadliest day of the year for teen drivers.

Tips And Facts For Preventing Family Firework Injuries:

  • The most important (and likely most obvious) reminder is to never allow children to light or set-off fireworks. Injuries often occur when fireworks malfunction or are not set-off properly.
  • Don’t use or ignite homemade fireworks. All 6 firework-related deaths in 2012 in the United States occurred secondary to use of illegal or homemade fireworks.
  • If you think you’re too smart for injuries on the Fourth of July, hold on a second. Recent research found that higher levels of education do not protect against firework-related injuries.
  • If you have fireworks in your backyard, make sure you have a garden hose and bucket of water ready and full while enjoying fireworks in case of any emergency or fire.
  • Light fireworks one at a time, and move back quickly! Don’t ever allow your family members or friends to re-light a firework that didn’t go off properly or perform as expected.
  • All ages considered (children and adults), 3/4 of firework burns and injuries occur in boys and men. Males are most injured from firecrackers, sparklers, bottle rockets, roman candles, and re-loadable shells.
  • Here’s a complete, updated infographic from the Consumer Product Safety Commission about firework injuries and source of the drawing included here!