It’s National Safe at Home Week, and there are a lot of reasons to be prepared and protect yourself and your family at home.
A great place to start is a home security and monitoring system. This can give you peace of mind, even if nothing ever happens.
Practice emergency or evacuation plans for fires and natural disasters that could happen in your area, like earthquakes and tornadoes.
Prepare an emergency preparedness kit and a first aid kit, so you’re always ready for the unexpected.
Know and look out for fire hazards, from the obvious ones to the ones you can’t see.
Childproof your homes, from outlets to cleaners. Poisoning is the leading cause of accidental deaths for kids at home.
The number one reason for household deaths in adults is falling. Prepare to prevent falls.
Walk through and check your home regularly. Find and repair dangerous issues and check your child proofing.