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Top 10 Fire Prevention Tips For Your Home


A house fire is something that we all hope we never have to experience. Thousands of people die each year and many more are injured due to house fires. However, the sad reality is that most of these house fires could have been prevented. Below are 10 safety tips to help prevent or reduce the… Continue reading Top 10 Fire Prevention Tips For Your Home

Basic Emergency Supply Kit Checklist


If you’re a Type A Personality and need to have your list all checked off this blog’s for you. Ready.gov provides a handy little checklist of recommended items (hand crank radio, flashlight, batteries) to include in a basic emergency supply kit and additional items (sleeping bag, paper products, personal hygiene items) to consider adding to… Continue reading Basic Emergency Supply Kit Checklist

5 Items You Should Stock in Case of Emergency


Whether or not you expect to find yourself in an emergency situation, there are a few items it never hurts to have on hand. Storms and natural disasters can strike with little warning, and being prepared is the best way to make it through emergency circumstances without panic. Batteries Electricity is the main thing that… Continue reading 5 Items You Should Stock in Case of Emergency

Hurricane Preparedness


Being prepared in the event of a hurricane may be your best protection. Hurricanes, which can cause flooding, storm surge, high winds and tornadoes, are not only threatening to your property but your life as well if you’re not prepared. The Red Cross suggests a number of supplies to prepare and help protect you in… Continue reading Hurricane Preparedness

Workplace Eye Wellness Month


March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month and there’s no better time than now for a little review and fast facts. Thousands of eye injuries occur in the workplace every year. However, did you know that 90% of all workplace eye injuries can be avoided by using proper safety eyewear? According to OSHA’s eye and face… Continue reading Workplace Eye Wellness Month

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