How Can You Improve Security In Your Workplace?

Whether you work in a grocery store or the offices of a company the need for security is as vital as ever. In a working environment there will invariably be important and sometimes sensitive information that has to be protected. There are also often tills or other containers and collection boxes with money inside and […]

7 Safety Tips For All The Single Ladies

When you and your best friend decide to live together, it’s kind of the best decision ever. You get to hang out all the time, gossip about boys and people you don’t like, and whenever you feel like staying in and drinking wine, you have a buddy right next to you. While it’s super fun […]

5 Tips To A Safer Backyard Pool

Having a pool in the comfort of your own backyard can be extremely rewarding for you and your family. Not only will it help the resale value of your home, but it will provide an activity for you and your kids to take part in during those hot summer days. While swimming is a great […]

The 3 Most Dangerous Tools Used On A Daily Basis

Many people will go ahead and start using tools without even thinking twice about it, but you have to realise how dangerous tools really can be. It is a fact that there has been a rise in the amount of people going to the hospital with injuries relating to using tools at home, however statistics […]

Maintaining Safety Standards in Office Buildings

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a U.S. government agency whose principal function is to protect the rights of industrial workers with respect to safety and health issues. Office buildings located in the U.S. are considered very safe places to work by industry analysts who study the working conditions of employees within various […]

Fire Safety Tips for a Dry Summer

This past summer has been one of the driest on record for many areas of the U.S. I’ve been doing some reading and I’m seriously amazed at how little weather some places have had. My city usually sees a significant amount of rain and thunderstorms during Tornado Season, but even then it was dry and […]

The 5 States With The Highest Workers Comp Rates

No one wants to get injured on the job. There is loss of work, doctors visits, etc etc that you have to deal with. And on top of that the pain and frustration from your actual injury! Most of us try to work in as safe of environments as we can, and we try to […]

Top Safety Features Every Car Should Have

Modern vehicles have many safety features that assist drivers to prevent collisions and even increase the chance of surviving an accident. Technology has allowed drivers to have smoother rides based on the safety features installed in their cars. Check out the top safety features, other than airbags and seatbelts, which every car should have. Photo […]

Five Easy Tips To A More Secure Home

Securing your home isn’t just about installing the latest gadgets and tripwires. Your family, friends and the people you trust in your home are also integral to your home security efforts. Always keep the residents of your home in the forefront of your mind before you install the latest and greatest tech. Always look for […]

Chemicals and the Fire Hazards They Cause in Your Home

You turn off the oven when you leave the house. You keep towels away from the stovetop. You don’t leave candles burning unattended. You have working fire detectors installed throughout your home, and you even have a fire extinguisher in the kitchen. You’re already doing a lot to prevent fires in your home, but are […]

Who Uses Anti Ligature Devices?

This week I’d like to talk about the challenges of designing fixtures for maximum security prisons. It’s a strange subject, but one which requires merit. High security institutions have special needs for their fixtures; for example a regular ceramic sink just won’t stand up to the abuse, any hard object can crack the ceramic, that […]

The Risks of Having a Neighborhood Watch in Your Community

Having a neighborhood watch isn’t always a good thing and this article explains why

Top Tips for Burglar-Proofing Your Home – Besides an Expensive Alarm System

This article suggests some methods of burglar-proofing your home that don’t involve spending big on an alarm system

How to Make a First Aid Kit for Your Vacation

When going on a vacation, it always pays to prepare for possible emergencies.  Part of your preparation is packing things that would be necessary during the time that you would be far away from home.  One of the most important items that you have to bring on your vacation is a first aid kit.  Getting […]

How to Make Your Home Child Friendly

Though you may think that your home is the safest place for your child, you need to think again. All it needs for accidents and injuries to occur in your home are carelessness and not making the necessary preventive measures to avoid these situations. Here are some steps to make your home child friendly and […]

How to Check Your Tires’ Condition

You car is probably one of the most important property that you have.  For one, it makes your travel from your home to your work place hassle-free.  If you have your own car, you don’t have to wait for a cab or or fall in line on a bus stop.  Having your own car is […]