How to Stay Safe on Campus This Fall
College is one of the most exciting times for young people and returning students alike. It can be the first taste of adulthood and freedom for many, as they are ready to leave the high school experience behind and spread their wings. However, students need to be cautious, as college campuses can be unsafe.
Your Children and Fire Safety—How to Begin
A fire outside the normal confines of a campsite or fireplace can be harrowing for anyone. That is why fire safety still plays such a significant role, and when it comes to children, preparing them for a possible fire situation is especially crucial.
17 Boat Safety Tips for This Summer
Going out on boating excursions is a summer pastime enjoyed by thousands of Americans. And while these activities are packed with fun and leisure, the number one priority for everyone on board should be safety. Luckily, boating safety is easy to accomplish by following simple steps for vessel operators and passengers alike. Your summertime boating expeditions can be
Risky Driving Behaviors & Ways to Improve Them
Driving is one of the easiest ways to get to your desired location, and with our busy schedules, it is a convenience that cannot be overlooked. However, it is easy to cultivate lousy driving habits that put you and other people on the road in danger. On top of that, if you exhibit risky behaviors behind the wheel,
How to Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween
Halloween is one of the most anticipated holidays for many people, especially children. With spooks and scares, freaks and frights, who doesn’t love the opportunity to feel your hair stand on end—and get some candy out of it!
How to Prepare Your Home for an Earthquake
Although some locations are more at risk for earthquakes, no region is fully exempt from natural disasters. It’s important to prepare your home in advance so that plans and arrangements are in place if an earthquake does occur, alleviating you some stress later on.
The Ultimate Guide to Flood Preparation
Because floods can happen anywhere in the U.S. and virtually any time of the year, it’s essential to be prepared. Storms, clogged storm drains, or even dam malfunctions can cause flooding, so the risk is not strictly weather-based. But preparations for the most common types of flooding can be easily performed on your home to give you and
4 Quick Tips for Driving in a Hailstorm
In Texas, hailstorms are not out of the ordinary. Hail-related insured losses are now estimated to cause an average of $15 billion in damage to homes, cars, and crops each year. In 2017, hail cost Americans $22 billion in damages. So far, in April of 2021, we are on pace to top that record.