Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Safety at Home

This is the time of year when we produce our annual Safety-at-Home issue. You no doubt have plans for disruptions at work, but have you made a plan for your family and your home? You should think about the same things as you do at work – identifying risk, mitigating risk and responding to emergencies. If you haven’t done this yet, this week we offer some help to get you going. If you have thought about making a plan, maybe these articles will help you refine what you already have.

Protect your employees and their families with the resources, tools and skills to keep them safe and healthy in their homes, on the roads and in their communities. (Item #1) Here’s everything you need to know to keep your kids safe during the holidays.  (Item #2) Use these checklists to make a safety check of your home. (Item #3)

Be smart about fire and electrical safety. (Item #4) Falls are a major problem for older adults; here’s help on how to prevent them. (Item #5) Follow these guidelines for firearm safety in your home. (Item #6)

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