We like to think that our child or baby is always safe. In fact, as parents, we probably go out of our way to keep them out of harm’s way. But the simple fact is: sometimes there are dangers that we just can’t foresee. With September recognized as Baby Safety Month, there’s never been a better time to pay attention to what’s important for your baby’s safety. To keep you on your toes and your baby safe, we’ve compiled a list of dangers that are commonly overlooked.
September is National Preparedness Month. In this infographic sharing top preparedness facts; how to prepare for a hurricane, tornado, or blizzard; and best items to keep in a preparedness kit, we at Etón Corp give you the preparedness facts you need to weather the storm. Celebrate National Preparedness Month by sharing this infographic with friends and family who might benefit from a few safety preparedness tips.
Phones can also be helpful in more rare situations—like an emergency. They give us the ability to look up weather alerts, find information about evacuations and shelters and connect with loved ones. However, that phone will do no good in these situations if it doesn’t have any power.
When planning for an emergency, don’t forget about the fuzzy, feathery or leathery members of your family. Your family pets will need special treatment when an emergency arises, just like you and the rest of your family will.