Halloween has become a grand tradition of candy, costumes, pumpkins, ghosts and witches—and of course it is the culmination of the fall season. Which candy to buy, what to dress up as, which decorations to line the inside and outside of your house with—these are all dealt with long before the day comes. It would also behoove you to know how to prepare for the big spooky day from a safety perspective.
Losing a loved one has an impact that lasts forever.
Distracted driving claims many lives each year and permanently changes many more.
Roughly 100 people die in car accidents every day—the number one cause of unintentional death in the America. Ninety percent of all accidents are due to driver error and 26 percent of accidents are because someone was talking on the phone.
You sit at your desk, stare at your computer, make phone calls, walk to the printer, check on fellow employees and so on. The last thing you're probably thinking about is the air that you breathe in. In many cases, indoor air quality (IAQ) can truly be the silent killer.
Many offices have poor IAQ. Proper ventilation is something of the utmost importance so why not look into it at your place of work?
Fall is the season of change. The leaves turn colors, the temperature cools off, long sleeves come out of the drawer, plaid flannels come back into style—we even fall back an hour for Daylight Savings Time.
What should not change is safety around the house. There are, however, specific things that homeowners need to be more aware of once the leaves start to change color.
Love to Know-Safety has come up with many safety tips to keep you and your family safe.