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  • Emergency: A matter of life and death  By : James Monahan
    Know the key points and the things you should do when emergency strikes. Here are some tips given by emergency experts that will be of effective protection for possible recovery strategies.
  • what is first aid?  By : jim withers
    An introduction to basic first aid, they do`s & don`ts and advice on products and learning tools which can help anyone become more aware and learn basic first aid
  • Poisons in your Home? The List.  By : C R Ellsworth
    Danger in your Bathroom and Medicine Cabinet.
  • Pepper Sprays - Get Self Protection  By : Andy
    Did you ever think of being assaulted? Is your personal safety gauranteed at all times? Looking at the crime statistics and the alarming rate at which they are growing, Be proactive and take initiative to safegaurd your personal safety. Want to know how a pepper spray can protect you?
  • The Importance Of Having A First Aid Manual Around The Home  By : Eddie Lamb
    Administering first aid to a victim who is injured or ill can be the first step to saving that person's life. It is important for everyone to have some basic first aid knowledge, since you never know when you might need to use it.
  • Can A Pepper Spray Protect You?  By : Andy
    The world isn't as safe as it used to be. There is not a day or night when you'd venture out on the streets without the feeling of dread, especially at night. These days, science has provided us improved devices to guard ourselves. Want to know how a pepper spray can protect you?
  • CPR Training - The Difference Between Life and Death  By : R.M Coheni
    While you probably know that cardiac arrests happen every single day, what you may not know is that close to 80% of those arrests are occurring while the person is in their home. When cardiac arrest occurs, every second that goes by is precious. While calling a rescue squad is definitely important, being able to perform CPR on your family member may be the deciding factor between their life or death.
  • Emergency Preparation Tips for Typhoons  By : Mike Mansfield
    Almost all countries near major ocean bodies are plagued occasionally by the occurrence of typhoons.
  • Emergency Preparedness For A Hurricane  By : Mike Mansfield
    There is nothing anyone can do when nature decides to leash out its fury. There is no way to stop it so people should brace for the worse and seek shelter.
  • Importance Of Climate Change Emergency Preparations  By : Mike Mansfield
    The world is getting smaller everyday because of the technological advancements of mankind. However, the same factors responsible for making human life and the human race better is also responsible for the degradation of the environment.
  • It Is Now Or Never, Prepare For A Home Emergency  By : Mike Mansfield
    The fact of the matter is that not one person knows just exactly are the specific problems that could eventually result during a major and over all emergency.
  • Prepare For A Flood The Best Way You Could  By : Mike Mansfield
    Believe it or not, floods are the natural disasters that are most common in America.
    According to statistics, more than a hundred people are killed by floods every year.
  • Stay Alive: Earthquake Emergency Preparation Tips  By : Mike Mansfield
    Earthquakes are among the most devastating natural disasters.
  • Tips For Preparing Your Family For Fire Emergencies  By : Mike Mansfield
    Hundreds of people die every year because of fire-related incidents, especially during the Christmas season.
  • Steps For Protecting Home and Family From Wildfires  By : Ben Anton
    Wildfires are ripping through areas around the Northwest, raising questions among residents of how to best prevent fires from destroying homes and property. This article outlines recommendations for homeowners, especially those living near or in woodland areas, on things they should do to their homes and materials to protect their families and their property.
  • Anti-Slip  By : Dino Livanidis
    Before you consider Anti-Slipping your floor. Find out why it became slippery and how you can make it safe before you start spending. Anti-Slip treatments must be able to meet what you are after in the long run.
  • Surprise Your Children with Santa Letters  By : Wedding-articles
    The Christmas tree sparkles with lights and garland, the cheery notes of “Jingle Bells” play in the background, and the rich aroma of gingerbread cookies baking in the oven wafts through the room as your child sits at the kitchen table.
  • The Holidays, Toy Safety, And Parents  By : Andrew Van Vooren
    With millions of toys made in China pulled from the shelves over safety fears in recent months, deciding what to buy your children for the holidays has become an increasingly difficult decision. The holidays are dangerous enough without having to worry about giving children gifts that could potentially harm them.
  • Put Your Emergency Kit in Order This Year  By : Richard McNeal
    The New Year is hear, the perfect time to evaluate your home and make improvements to its safety. This article describes the reason that many families are putting together a home emergency kit as part of a new year's resolution and provides recommendations on what they should include in their custom kit.
  • Flood Season Preparation Tips for Home and Business  By : Flora Richards-Gustafson
    Flood season is quickly approaching. States from Alaska to Oklahoma are already starting to struggle with rising waters and increased flood damage. This article discusses what you can do to prepare your home or business for a potential flood problem this season.
  • Fast and liable locksmith service anywhere in San Francisco  By : AndrewPaul
    This is the only way to keep your valuables secured. So let professionals do their job in order to develop an unbreakable system for you.
  • Preventing Fires in Long Island  By : Richard McNeal
    In March 2008 alone, over 4000 fires were reported in New York City. The men and women of the FDNY are looking to us to help them with fire prevention. This article outlines the precautions New Yorkers should take to reduce the risk of a fire breaking out in their home or apartment.
  • Understanding Flash Floods  By : Ben Nystrom
    Summer is the prime season for flash floods - long spans of dry, hot weather leave the ground dry and unprepared for unexpected downpours. This article discusses what a flash flood is, where they occur most and how to prepare for one.
  • Looking For PPE Supplies? It May Not Be Enough...  By : James Carmichael
    If you’re looking for suitable PPE supplies or industrial safety equipment, then it may not simply be confusing, but could easily lead to making the wrong choice. Find out the best way to source PPE supplies that increase your chance of increasing your safety record.
  • Forklift Training Helps Companies Avoid Losing Money  By : Toan Dinh
    To combat the plethora of so-called “blue collar” injuries, forklift training and/or WHMIS training are recommended as an essential element of every employee’s overall training program.
  • Buying Work Gloves - The Difference Between Safety And Protection  By : William Penworthy
    No one can deny the need for effective safety gloves at work, but too many employers are making a basic misunderstanding, which could be placing many workers at grave risk.
  • New York's History of Hurricane Damage  By : Flora Richards-Gustafson
    New York has a long history of severe weather, including major hurricanes.
    This article describes the history of New York's exposure to hurricanes and the water and wind damage they caused.
  • Secure Your Home! Alarm Tips and Tricks  By : Sandy Hardrews
    Alarms, home security, and safety are very important. Follow these 3 tips to keep your family and home safe.
  • Fire Prevention: Ten Candle Safety Tips  By : Nicole Krueger
    The holidays are often warmed by the glowing lights of scented candles around the house. To ensure your holidays are safe and joyous, this article provides ten easy to follow fire prevention tips for those that love to use candles this time of year.
  • Do You Know Which Stair Lift You Need?  By : Rudy Silva
    Do you want to buy, for your family, a stair lift? There are many things to consider with lifts. There are two types of stair lifts you can choose. You want to make sure you get the right kind. Do you need to know more about lifts? You can also buy a used lift. Look through this article and get the details to buy one.

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