From: https://pauldavis.com/blog/2016/11/29/practice-fire-safety-during-holiday-celebrations/ From your friends at Paul Davis, we wish you all the best this holiday season. Nothing would make us happier during the rest of this year and next than to not see the consequences of home fires that typically peak around the holidays. Extra care and safety at home can take a back seat during holiday festivities, so here are a few bits of home safety wisdom to practice and pass on to employees, customers, friends and neighbors. Forgotten
Making Sure Your Green Festivities Are Safe As you plan to celebrate the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, it becomes increasingly important that you take a moment to relay some vital St. Patrick’s Day safety tips to those you love. Unfortunately, the holidays can bring the worst out of some people, meaning you must be proactive to ensure smooth festivities. Gathered are your safe ride home options so that you can return home with a belly filled with green food
Your kids are finally back in school so most of your back to school stresses are over. While you no longer need to worry about back to school supplies and getting your kids used to the new school schedule, you still need to make sure that your kids getting to school and arriving home safely. Teaching your kids about safety throughout the school year is important so here are some back to school safety tips to help ease your mind
Nowadays, parents would do almost anything to get their children outside, away from video games, enjoying the fresh air. Outdoor activities such as riding motorized vehicles interest both parents and children, and thus have gained popularity. However, many overlook the serious risks posed by children riding ATVs. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons states that in the years between 1982 and 2007, the number of ATV-related accidents has risen from 10,100 to a whopping 150,000. About 30% of those accidents
Every year hundreds of people die from electrical fires that could have easily been prevented had they used some simple preventive measures. Here are a few room by room safety tips that will help protect you and your family from an electrical fire. Before you begin, it’s a good idea to go through each room in your home to assess any potential electrical hazards. Living Room Make sure the light bulbs you use don’t exceed the specified wattage for each
Though it started off as a religious holiday in Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day is now celebrated by many, making it one of the more costly holidays of the year. Both the Irish and non-Irish, head out to enjoy a day of parades, parties, lots of green and for a chance to capture the mythical leprechaun. With so many people gathering to enjoy the festivities, the risk of something happening increases tremendously on St. Patrick’s Day. Those heading out for St.
Driving becomes increasingly more dangerous at night. Everything is a lot darker, so it becomes more difficult to see the roads. That is why it is important to be more careful while driving. Here are some safety tips for driving at night. Keep Your Headlights On One of the most important things you can do is keep your headlights on at night. However, you should make sure they are aimed properly and not too bright. If they are on the