1. Categories: General Safety Topics

    Stuff This! Fun, useful, and inexpensive stocking stuffers!

    What's in your sock? Ours is full of fun, useful & inexpensive preparedness! From under $1 to about $15 you can build a mini-survival kit out of these great safety items everyone needs! Quick links to the featured items… (in stock!) 52 page OSHA & ANSI First Aid & CPR Guide Instant Cold Compress Mini Travel First Aid Kit Mini...
  2. Simple Winter and Holiday advice from the Department of Homeland Security
    Categories: Info News

    Simple Winter and Holiday advice from the Department of Homeland Security

    According to the  Official website of the Department of Homeland Security, you should: Stay off the road during and after a winter storm. Keep candles away from flammable materials. Keep an eye on food when cooking. Turn off holiday lights at night. Keep your tree watered, don’t let your holiday tree dry out. Shop securely online over the holidays. Other...
  3. Holiday Candles - Warm Glow or Blazing Inferno?
    Categories: Fire Safety & Evacuation

    Holiday Candles - Warm Glow or Blazing Inferno?

    Candles... December is the peak time of year for home candle fires. One-third of all candle fires start in the bedroom.  Keep Candles 12 inches away from anything flammable, and consider using flameless candles instead.    
  4. Categories: American Red Cross, Child Safety, General Safety Topics & Info News

    Safety for the Christmas Parties

    Having a Party? Here are some smart TIPS: If you plan on hosting a party this holiday season, please read the list of tips provided below for Adults and Drinking at parties. Limit guests to those you know Provide food and non-alcoholic beverages for guests Do not serve Alcohol to Minors (nor allow them to serve alcohol) even if their...
  5. Helping Hands First Aid
    Categories: Child Safety & Info News

    Helping Hands First Aid

    This awesome holiday story tells the tale of an altruistic teenager and her efforts in the snowy city of Denver. Teen delivers first-aid kits to homeless: Jamie Henry decided to make a difference. A student from Heritage High School in Littleton, Colorado  spent some time Friday afternoon spreading holiday cheer. After realizing how many less-fortunate people were in need of basic first-aid...
  6. Categories: Pet Safety

    Pet Safety & Holiday Happiness

    Holidays can be traumatic for furry family members. Travel, guests, schedule disruptions, unusual foods (Stop Uncle Harry! Fluffy doesn't get table scraps!) Here are some great ideas for keeps the holidays safe and fund for the four legged family: You can help keep pets safe during the holiday season by following the tips below. For other important, timely tips for...
  7. Categories: General Safety Topics, Health Tips & Info News

    Holiday Shopping Safety: Plan for safe shopping before Black Friday Madness

    The Holidays are creeping up fast, retailers have their decorations out, people are planning holiday menus, guest lists, travel plans and more... Black Friday is coming and what used to be a day to get out with friends and family (and avoid the ball games) has become a commercial frenzy with mass retailers vying for attention and working the shopping...
  8. Categories: First Aid Articles, General Safety Topics & Info News

    Holiday Travel Checklist

    Planning for a trip - on your own, with a group, or with you Family is a lot like playing Santa - you need to make a list, and check it twice (at least!) Clearly, you need to plan toiletries, clothing, and all that jazz. If you are visiting friends and family, you have to pack those gifts (small, we...
  9. Categories: Info News

    Sending Holiday Cards? Business Mail? Know what's going on with the US Post this Holiday...

    Check out holiday mailing options from the U.S. Postal Service, including information on: Holiday stamps and shipping supplies Shipping dates for mail delivery by December 25 Printing your own labels and scheduling a pickup
  10. Categories: General Safety Topics

    Holiday Weekend Safety

    Holiday Weekends are notoriously more Dangerous on the Road. More drivers have been drinking during the day before driving, people are distracted, texting, looking for unfamiliar meeting points, you name it - Holidays and Driving means higher risk of accident, injury and even death, The thousands of Postal Service employees who have individually driven more than a million, accident-free miles...

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