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How to stay safe during hurricana season

August 5, 2019

Eight tips to protect your family and home during hurricane season...

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25 Important Travel Safety Tips Everyone Should Know

July 29, 2019

After traveling the world for the past 7 years, I’ve learned a lot about staying saf...

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How to stay safe during hurricana season

By: Family Handyman - August 5, 2019

Eight tips to protect your family and home during hurricane season

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25 Important Travel Safety Tips Everyone Should Know

By: Matthew Karsten - July 29, 2019

After traveling the world for the past 7 years, I’ve learned a lot about staying safe – sometimes the hard way. Here are my best travel safety tips for avoiding trouble on your trip.

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9 Sizzling Summer Safety Tips from SafeWise

By: Alexia Chianis - July 29, 2019

The official start to summer is just weeks away. That means it’s time for pool parties and backyard barbeques, but it’s also the season that’s hot for burglaries. In fact, more burglaries occur during the months of July and August than any other month.

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How to Protect Your Home While You’re Away on Vacation

By: CHRISTY WOODROW - July 15, 2019

Protecting your home while on vacation is just as important as protecting the items you bring with you. This must-read guide will keep your home safe!

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Threat of Shootings Turns School Security Into a Growth Industry

By: Tiffany Hsu - July 8, 2019

The best way to shield a school from a gunman is to have a metal detector. Or doors that can be remotely locked. Or Twitter-trawling bots looking for threats. Or bulletproof clipboards, whiteboards, and backpacks.

So says the fast-growing group of companies that sell school safety equipment. 

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Workplace violence and security: Are your employees safe?

By: Safety and health magazine - July 1, 2019

Is your office prepared to deal with workplace violence? If you’re unsure or think it’s unlikely to occur, consider this: “Some 2 million American workers are victims of workplace violence each year,” states OSHA, which adds that “workplace violence can strike anywhere, and no one is immune.”

Noting that workplace violence can take place at or outside of work, OSHA defines it as violence or the threat of violence against workers “that can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and homicide.”

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