Although most safety poll respondents seemed to have the right tools, like an emergency radio and safety kit, 30% didn’t have a plan of attack when it comes to home evacuation.
For those with incurable wanderlust and in honor of Columbus Day, we thought we’d share a few tips for safe, successful exploration:
To stay safe and make the most out of your next trip outdoors, we’ve compiled some hunting safety tips and tricks.
A longtime fan of Eton Corp, Forbes (in conjunction with Zillow) highlights three important tips to take heed during Labor Day vacation as it pertains to the safety of your home.
Follow these tips to help keep yourself and your loved ones safe at home in honor of Senior Citizens Day.
With only two months under its belt, 2013 has already experienced its share of severe weather, from snow to tornadoes. As we observe Severe Weather Preparedness Week this week, here are a few severe weather signs to keep your eye out for.
From snow and ice to dangerously freezing temperatures, winter is an unpredictable time of year. Help make sure the residences of the elderly and those of limited mobility are safe from hazards during the winter months. Start with these tips to ensure the homes of our older family members stay safe during the cold season.
No matter which smartphone you have, chances are you’ll be juggling it with a glass of champagne and a party horn on New Year’s Eve. Keep your phone safe and your night fun with these tips.
Ahhhh, chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Sounds delightfully festive, unless you forget to pay attention to fire safety! Follow these fire safety tips for the holiday season.
Take heed of the following home safety tips after the Hurricane Sandy has passed, as presented by http://ready.gov.