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New Years Home Safety Resolutions

After watching the ball drop in Times Square and celebrating with friends and family, the first thing on everyone’s mind is their new year’s resolution. While considering your resolutions this year, take a moment to ensure home safety is included. … Continue reading

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Give the Gift of Safety this Holiday Season

Finding the perfect gift for loved ones this holiday season can be a real challenge. But there is one gift you can give that will always be appreciated – the gift of safety. With loved ones all around, there is … Continue reading

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Cooking & Baking Safety

With the holidays quickly approaching, we have so much to look forward to, especially when it comes to holiday meals!  Whether it is baking delicious holiday cookies or preparing for a New Year’s feast, you can be sure that your … Continue reading

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Carbon Monoxide Garage and Car Safety

As the snowflakes begin to fall and the temperatures drop, it can get pretty chilly during the upcoming winter months. We all want to stay inside and keep warm, even when we’re traveling in the car. While it is tempting … Continue reading

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Holiday Tree Safety

With the holidays just a few weeks away, our to-do’s have already started piling up: wrapping presents, baking, cooking, and (of course!) getting the perfect tree. The holidays just aren’t the same without a great tree, but did you know, … Continue reading

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Brighten up the Holidays with Safety

The sight of twinkling lights lining the neighborhood is always the first thing to put everyone in the holiday spirit. Although holiday lights brighten up the season, they can also create home safety hazards. By taking a few extra precautions, … Continue reading

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Good Housekeeping Magazine: Heloise’s Holiday Safety Guidelines

Six Simple Safeguards:1. Never put a cooked turkey back onto a platter that held the raw meat. Clean counters, utensils, and pans right after use with hot, soapy water. 2. If you use a disposable aluminum roasting pan, check the weight limit and consider using two. … Continue reading

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SheKnows.com: Keep Your Family Safe

When there’s a fire, your home can be engulfed in flames and smoke in a matter of just a few minutes. Keep your family safe by developing an escape plan and practicing it regularly. Your fire escape plan According to … Continue reading

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IoPhic has a Degree

We sent the IoPhic smoke and fire alarm to school and it graduated with honors!  A recent study from the School of Fire Protection Engineering at the University of Maryland (UMD) tested the nuisance alarm immunity of the new IoPhic … Continue reading

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The Silent Killer

With temperature dropping outside, you’ll be cranking up the heat indoors. While a toasty fire or preheated car are a comfort on frosty days, they can let in scary fumes from natural gas or carbon monoxide that can poison or … Continue reading

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