National Tire Safety Month

June is National Tire Safety Month. A tire blowout can cause you to wreck, and in some vehicles it leads to rollover accidents. Even without an accident, a flat tire is not something you want to deal with and can cause problems ranging from an inconvenience to stranding you in a dangerous situation. Please, take […]

Weather Warnings Vs Watches

Watches, Warnings, Winter Weather, Severe Storms: What does it All Mean? Most of us watch the weather reports and try to plan accordingly, but that can be difficult if you do not understand the terms, and the terms can be confusing. In the U.S. The National Weather Service (NWS) issues official warnings and watches. The […]

Emergency Car Kit

The recent freak weather events across the country are a striking reminder that everyone should keep an emergency kit in their vehicle, at all times. Unexpected weather events, engine trouble, flat tires, and accidents are among the many reasons you could be stranded and help may not be readily available. An emergency car kit can […]

Travel Safety Tips for Women

Travelling alone can be dangerous for anyone, and women are often in greater danger than men simply because would-be attackers perceive them as easy targets. That does not mean you should not travel alone or that you cannot avoid being a target for criminals. One way to make yourself safer is to appear to have […]

Business Travel Safety Tips

Business travel doesn’t have to be boring, but you should never let your guard down. Travel safety basics still apply. Stay alert and aware of your surroundings, don’t wear expensive looking jewelry or watches, and be cautious when socializing with the locals. By following these tips, you can have a safe and comfortable business trip. […]

Stadium Safety for Sports Fans

2013 has seen several stadium accidents and violent attacks; some were fatal. The majority of stadium accidents are falls, and they often injure the fall victim as well as people below. In December, four people were stabbed, three of them hospitalized, after a Broncos game. While not game-related, a deadly construction accident at a Brazil […]

Super Bowl 2014 Safety Tips

Super Bowl XLVIII is going to be unique. It will be the first cold weather Super Bowl in an outdoor open air stadium. Fans travelling from all over the country need to prepare for weather conditions that they may not be used to. The big game will take place on February 2, 2014 at the […]

Staying Safe in Large Crowds

Large crowds, by nature, can suddenly turn dangerous. Accidents can easily occur, groups can get separated, and crowds can become violent when they get wrapped up in the excitement of the event. There is always the risk of fire, building collapse, and sadly, intentional criminal and terrorist attacks. It’s enough to make you want to […]

Safety of 2014 Olympics

Back to Back Bombings in Volgograd Cast Doubt on Safety of 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics A least 31 people have been killed, and over 60 injured, in two linked suicide bombings which occurred less than 24 hours apart in Volgograd, Russia, on December 29th an 30th. Although 400 miles away from Sochi, Volgograd, formerly known […]