Are You Prepared for Emergencies?
USA - Middletown, DE | Oct 27 2012 | (22:51:54 - EDT)
“The Comprehensive Resource of Hurricane Safety Tips” is the only safety tips resource that is backed by statistical data to underscore the importance of each tip. The site is organized into categories for easy reading and includes many scenarios, not just hurricanes.
HOME SAFETY TIPS
Learn how to keep your home and your family safe from common dangers and hazards. From natural disasters to safely preparing foods, all backed by statistical data to ensure that these tips will make a meaningful impact on minimizing your risk.
WORKPLACE SAFETY TIPS
The workplace can be a very dangerous place and it's important that you understand how to minimize your risk. This section covers everything from forklift operation to office ergonomics, all backed by statistical data to ensure that these tips will make a meaningful impact on minimizing your risk.
Tips You Can Trust
We take a great deal of care in ensuring the quality and integrity of content. Safety tips have enormous potential to save lives and prevent injuries but that’s only as long as the statistics and information they are founded upon can be trusted and verified by the general public. If you believe that you’ve found an error in one of the safety tips resources, please contact the site immediately and they will investigate it promptly.
All statistics are based on publicly available information from government agencies and nationally respected non-profit organizations. In some cases statistics or other information produced by a for-profit business, but only in the event that they have no reason to believe that the information may be biased, flawed, or otherwise incorrect in order to benefit the entity that produced the information. The company must also be a nationally or internationally respected and credible.
Take the time to keep your home and your family safe from common dangers and hazards by being prepared. With an entire page devoted to hurricane safety, if you live anywhere in the world that experiences hurricanes, this page is worth the read.
Source: Compliance and Safety
Further reading on hurricane safety for your pets can be found at http://www.eyesin.com/culture/2012/keep-calm-hurricane-safety-tips-for-your-pets/
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