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Motion detection lighting can calm your fears when approaching a darkened home or sidewalk. These lights use infrared sensors to detect movement, which then triggers the lights to automatically illuminate. This simple addition to your home will not only keep you safer and out of the dark, but can also lead to an energy cost [...]
We took all these factors into consideration to make our list of the 8 nastiest hurricanes of the last 10 years, which follows in order of occurrence.
Hurricane season officially begins June 1, so the time to prepare is now. Eton Corp has compiled a list of preparedness tactics and lessons we’ve picked up over the years.
Wednesday, Etón shipped out over 1,300 units, worth nearly $70,000, of turbine and solar-powered American Red Cross preparedness radios to displaced Oklahomans currently staying on the University of Oklahoma campus.
As you all likely know by now, a massive tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma around 3 PM yesterday. According to CNN, the two-mile-wide tornado, which lasted for 40 minutes and covered 22 miles, has completely devastated the Oklahoma City suburb, destroying homes, schools, hospitals, and unfortunately, taking lives.
Natural disasters can be scary to endure, even as grown adults. Just imagine being a child in the center of the storm, and completely dependent on an adult to guide them. Would your know how to speak with your child about how to weather the storm?
May 8 marks the birth of the Red Cross’ founder, Henry Dunant. The creation of the organization was motivated by Dunant’s experience during the Battle of Solferino in 1859, where he advocated for the humane treatment of the wounded and sick.
April 29 through May 4 marks the official kick-off to tornado season. Although we’d like to think that we’ve armed you with ample preparedness tips and safety tools, here are 7 facts you may not have known about tornadoes that are easily shareable for your Twitter followers!
Watching natural disasters unfold around us, both on the news and even right in our backyards, is devastating. What helps during the most trying times is the willingness of others to extend a hand and assist their fellow man.