Garage Door Safety Guidelines: What You Need to Know

It is quite odd, but a lot of people tend to overlook garage doors when they think of household hazards. Garage doors, especially the older models, can be dangerous. Every year, thousands of people get injured by faulty or damaged garage doors. So, it is essential to keep and follow some safety guidelines when using your garage doors. The following tips, along with regular maintenance, should keep you safe.
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What Every Car Owner Should Know About Safety Recalls

As a consumer, it’s reasonable to expect that anything you purchase meets the explicit and implicit promises made of it by the manufacturer and retailer. This becomes doubly true when dealing with expensive items like vehicles. After all, a simple defect on a car or truck can lead to accidents or injury. Whatever the make or model of car you own, here are a few things you should know about how safety recalls work.
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Up to Date: 3 Everyday-Use Items Everyone Forgets to Replace

So many items that you use on a daily basis are replaceable. Even if you are careful to utilize as many reusable items as possible, there are still going to be a fair amount of consumable items that you’ll have to re-stock or change out. Some items, like groceries and toilet paper, are easy to remember to replace since their absence can result in an immediate lowering of your quality of life. Other items, however, are more difficult to remember to replace, though their regular replacement is no less important.

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5 Bathroom Safety Tips for Infants and Children

Accidents can happen in the blink of an eye, and that is why bathroom safety should never be taken lightly. If you have young kids, then you need to start thinking about childproofing all of the bathrooms in your home. Here is a quick look at some simple tips and upgrades that will keep your children safe and sound whenever they are in the bathroom.

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3 Dilemmas You’ll Inevitably Face If Your Child Is a Daredevil

Some children seem to have an innate and reasonable sense of caution and even fear that keeps them away from truly dangerous situations. For example, many children would not dream of climbing to the highest location possible in a tree or scaling the house to stand on the roof. Other children, however, are true daredevils. They thrive on adrenaline and love to push the limits. If one of your children falls into this latter category, there are a few dilemmas that you will inevitably face over the years.

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5 Important Tips To Care For Safety Boots

Manufacturing units invest in the safety of their workers. Safety boots are one such investment of the companies. They are essential for any laborer who works in extreme conditions in tight situations. There are several challenges that any worker undergoes, and their life is at risk on most of the occasions. This is why helmets and boots are essential from the safety point of view. The boots might appear to be heavy. However, they are designed to deal with any kind of physical challenges like spills and shocks. The job does not end in buying the boots and making the worker wear it. One has to care for it and maintain them, as well.

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Gas Line Safety in Your Home: Ways to Keep Your Family Safe

Millions of people throughout the world rely on natural gas every single day, and this fossil fuel is generally very safe to use. Unfortunately, accidents can still happen in the blink of an eye, and that is why you need to be careful with gas, propane, and all other fossil fuels. Here are a few simple tips that will help you and your family avoid dangerous problems with your utility lines and gas appliances.

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Driveway Safety: What You Can Do To Keep Your Family Safe

Contributed by Jennifer Dawson

Shockingly, most children hit by cars are under five and injured at home in their own driveways, with a parent behind the wheel. Those tragic stories should serve as a wakeup call to the importance of adequate driveway safety for families, but similarly, as you age you may find that your driveway ought to meet the required standards set by the ADA., the Americans with Disabilities Act which was passed in 1990.
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3 Family Habits that Make Your Home a Safer Place

There are dangers in every household. The best way to combat them is to have habits in place to counteract them. Three habits that your family engages in to make your home a much safer place to reside include:

Fire Prevention

Your family is well educated on what to do in case of a fire. You hold fire drills often to ensure family members are well aware of escape routes. Fire extinguishers are located strategically throughout the house, especially in the kitchen and garage, and everyone knows exactly where they are and how to use them. All family members know where upstairs safety ladders are stored and which windows are the best to drop them from.

Everyone is aware that putting lamp oils, gasoline, kerosene, and other flammable materials in the right containers and then storing them properly can save a household from fire and injury, and sometimes even death. Continue reading “3 Family Habits that Make Your Home a Safer Place”