Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Safety at Home

We all know that things go better at work when we’re not worried about our families and things at home. This is why we do our annual safety-at-home issue of the newsletter, and we hope it will help give you and yours peace of mind during the holidays and beyond. Share this information with your employees and co-workers.

With these nine tips, you can ensure the safety of what matters most to you. (Item #1)   Here are some preparedness tips from the Red Cross to help prevent holiday fires. (Item #2)   If you are prepared for the hazards of winter, you will be more likely to stay safe and healthy when temperatures start to fall. (Item #3)

Injuries at home are common, especially among children. (Item #4)   Making preparations before attending mass events as well as taking notice of safety features once you arrive can make a difference. (Item #5)   An expert explains the spectrum of cold illness which begins with frostbite and moves to hypothermia.  (Item #6)

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