We like to share articles that promote safety and accident prevention, so here is a collection content that helps advocate injury-avoidance in different situations…
The government has set high standards for schools in order to maintain cleanliness in order to prevent injuries and illness from occurring. Luckily, there are simple measures schools can take to adhere to these standards. Below is a closer look at some of the safety rules and regulations schools must follow.
Grocery stores hold the potential to pose a number of hazards to their customers and employees. Here are a few tips on being proactive in preventing injuries.
The bathroom can be more dangerous than you think and has a high potential for accidents. Protect yourself and others from bathroom injuries with these safety tips.
Construction can be a hazardous task, especially if preventative safety measures aren’t taken. Falls, collapses, and electrical shock are just some of the hazards that put construction workers at risk, whether they are working on an interior or exterior project. In order to avoid such injuries, safety on a construction site is a must.
Whether you are new to winter sports or have a lot of experience, it is always important to observe safety when participating in skiing and snowboarding.
On a daily basis, many people don’t consider their furniture to be a threat to their child. And yet, every day, a child is harmed by a piece of furniture. Televisions are the most common causes of furniture tipping injuries, causing traumatic brain injuries or abdominal trauma. Furniture tipping is a growing hazard to families with young children. Every year, hundreds of children are hospitalized due to a furniture tipping accident. What’s worse, 84% of furniture tipping injuries that result in death involve a child under the age of 9. Educate yourself about the dangers of furniture tipping in order to prevent this danger from harming your child.
Electronic devices are a necessity in everyday life, from utilizing computers in the workplace to cooking with kitchen appliances in your home. Electronics make our lives easier, but if not used properly, they can cause safety issues like electrical shock or fires.
Driving becomes more difficult as we age, and can be especially difficult throughout the winter season. Wet, slick roads can quickly freeze when temperatures drop, causing roads to become icy and dangerous. By taking certain precautions and being mindful of the roads, the elderly can safely navigate the roads this winter.
College is an exciting time for students – a time to learn and grow into adults. Many students across the nation live on college campuses during their course of study, while other students come and go to class as necessary and live at home. Regardless of your situation, here are some tips on how to stay safe on college campuses.
Moving can be an emotionally stressful journey, but also a physically tolling one. From packing your belongings to lifting heavy boxes, moving from one home to another can pose a number of physical threats. To avoid injury during your big move, be aware of the potential dangers that could cause physical damage to yourself and others.
The winter months bring shorter days with less sunlight and unbearable nighttime cold. Your home’s heating system is a vital mechanism that keeps your family warm and dry throughout the winter season. Too often, homeowners experience issues with their heating systems at the worst times possible – during freezing rains or major snow storms. Learn more about what you can do to prevent problems with your heating system this winter.
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