Posts tagged Safety
5 Reasons To Have A Personal Locator Beacon

With people taking up outdoor recreation activities such as hiking, backpacking, sailing, camping, trekking and many more, there is need for utmost protection when you are out there. But as you embrace these open spaces, the urge to go further and further is too great to ignore. Here are 5 reasons to have a personal locator beacon

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3 Tips For Staying Safe When Working On The Roof Area of Your Home

When you’re taking care of your home, there are going to be times where you’ll have to break out your ladder and venture up toward your gutters or your roof. So to ensure that your home improvement project doesn’t end up costing you more in medical bills than it does in materials, here are three tips for staying safe when you’re working on the roof or another high area of your home.

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Modern Alarm System Upgrades That Your Family Should Be Embracing

Do you know that a home is being burgled every 15 seconds in the US? With tech innovations, criminals are more equipped than ever. Here's a guide on how to upgrade an old alarm system and updates on modern alarm system features.

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3 Things To Teach Your Kids About Bike Safety

Once your child knows how to ride a bike, they’re going to want to ride this bike more and more often, which means that they’ll potentially be putting themselves in harm’s way more and more often. Luckily, there are things you can teach your child that will help him or her stay safe even while riding their bikes on or near the road. To show you exactly what, here are three things to teach your kids about bike safety.

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How To Choose A Safe For Your Business

Every business has sensitive data and critical information to protect — yours included. In the event of a burglary, thieves could access precious files and leave you in a vulnerable position. Regardless of your reasons, you may find choosing the right safe difficult. To help make the buying process easier, our experts have put together some key tips below …

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Staying Safe When Working On The Roads

Road work construction is a dangerous profession. With vehicles flying past at close quarters, most of the time in the darkness of night, the men and women that work on the roads put themselves at risk every time they do their job. Procedures can be put in place, though, to ensure the safety of road construction workers. To see just what you should be doing, below are three tips for staying safe.

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5 Tips to Learning How to Weld For Beginners

Welding involves joining two pieces of metal together. The art of welding is very fascinating. However, welding is not easy for those who have never done it before. This is because you must have skill and experience in metal work. You can’t therefore wake up one day and start welding. Whether you want to weld for money or you are a DIY maniac, you must commit yourself to learning the skill. As a matter of fact, watching videos on YouTube is not enough. You must apply what you have seen practically for the skill to sink into your mind. Here are some tips that can help beginners weld like pros.

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A Dad’s Guide To Taking Children On A Wildlife Adventure

Most parents will balk at the idea of taking their children to see wild animals in their natural habitat. However, taking your children on a wildlife adventure can be one of the best things that you can do this year as it can help them see the world in a brand new way. Here’s a dad’s guide to taking children on a wildlife adventure.

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You Need To Defend Your Online Reputation – Here Is Why And How

Your online reputation is almost akin to a part of the human body these days. It follows you wherever you go, it can become ill, and can cause you harm even whilst you sleep! For these reasons it is important to take steps to build and protect your online reputation on a regular basis. The good news is that with regular effort online reputation management can be simpler than you might think.

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Young People And Drug Abuse: What Can You Do To Prevent It?

We have all seen news stories about the increased stress that our youth face these days, and the increase in the effects of anxiety and alcohol featuring so destructively in their fledgling lives has led to countless problems in our society. So in this article we will first explore how parents can detect the symptoms of severe anxiety with the young, that often leads to alcohol and drug abuse, and then explore to best deal with what has become an everyday problem

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Pool Safety Your Kids Need to Learn

With summer in full swing, many of us are seeking some respite from the heat in swimming pools. If you have a swimming pool in your backyard, make sure that it is safe for your kids. There are some rules which ensure that the fun isn’t spoiled by an incident of any kind. The CDC issued a disturbing statistic which should make you seriously consider implementing strict pool rules.

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5 Reasons To Spy On Kids' Text Messages

Text messaging remains one of the most popular forms of communication for kids who own phones. A 2015 survey found that 88% of US teenagers aged 13 to 17 have access to a mobile phone of some kind and a majority of teens have smartphones (73%). This number rises to over 90% of teenagers if you include other devices.

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Top 5 Surveillance Apps To Help You Keep An Eye On Your Kids

Studies show that over the last few decades every generation of kids is becoming harder to control by their parents. There are a lot of reasons why children are becoming more and more unruly, the biggest being the easy and widespread access to technology and the internet...

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Gaming And Kids: Guide For Parenting In The Digital Age

The biggest selling video games tend to be over the top in all regards. The graphics are breathtaking, the gaming worlds are enormous, and the gameplay is memorable. However, elements that many parents would find undesirable also tend to...

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The Online World Can Be A Nightmare For Dads

It’s fair to say that the internet is supposed to make life easier. That’s what everyone claims, anyway. We work online now, we date online now, we buy, we do everything and it’s meant to be a piece of cake. That’s not true for dads though...

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Expect The Unexpected Or Your Wallet's Going To Feel The Brunt Of The Damage

Things might be plain sailing at the moment. However, it’s never a good idea to assume that will always be the case. Especially if you have a family that relies on you. There might be sudden huge costs in home repairs, or you might get injured and find yourself contending with medical bills...

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Don't Make One Of These Motorcycling Mishaps

You may be attracted by the speed of the superbikes, the low guttural drawl of a chopper or want something classical like a harley. Bikes are awesome, and whether you want to ride them as part of a hobby or as your full time transport this guide can help you get started. They can be quite dangerous...

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Do You Have All These Alarms In Your Home?

The home can be a dangerous place. In fact, more accidents happen at home than anywhere else, according to facts and figures. Injuries at home can often be the fault of trips, falls or even spilled drinks. But there are some much more serious home emergencies you need to watch out for. That’s why it helps to have some alarms around the house...

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