Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

Unintentional carbon monoxide exposure leads to 20,000 emergency room visits and over 400 deaths annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most of these visits and deaths occur in January due to an increased use of fuel-burning devices....
‘Twas the Week of Christmas Holiday Safety Tips

‘Twas the Week of Christmas Holiday Safety Tips

‘Twas the week of Christmas, when in the comfort of your house, You clicked for holiday safety tips with your mouse. Each year Christmas trees cause 210 fires so beware, And take care of your tree with proper respect and care. Keep your tree at least three feet away...
Spooky Halloween Safety Tips

Spooky Halloween Safety Tips

As you make plans for Halloween this year, keeping your children safe is as easy as 1-2-3. Consider these spooky Halloween safety tips as you start preparing for the holiday. 1) Follow the CDC’s Advice The CDC has an entire list of guidelines available here. Their...
Fall Safety Tips

Fall Safety Tips

Watch for fallen leaves. Leaves can provide a variety of problems for motorists. They can cover potholes and important road markings while wet leaves will cause your vehicle to lose traction. Slow down near leaf piles as kids may be playing in them. Change your smoke...
Fourth of July Safety Tips

Fourth of July Safety Tips

  This Fourth of July may be different this year for your family and friends, but that doesn’t mean it can’t still be fun. With these Fourth of July safety tips, it can also be safe. #1) Be careful with your sparklers. Sparkers alone account for 25% of emergency...

Coronavirus Safety Tips

Coronavirus Safety Tips As concerns begin to grow in the Tri-State area regarding the Coronavirus, here are five safety tips to help you protect yourself.   1) Wash Your Hands with Soap Washing your hands with soap is a crucial step in your protection against the...