There’s nothing like the freedom and exhilaration of riding a motorcycle, but if you are not prepared it can be dangerous. Awareness of your limitations and your surroundings will help ensure a safe, enjoyable experience. Before you swing your leg over the saddle to hit …Continue Reading 7 Tips for Motorcycle Safety
Founded by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, National Missing Children’s Day (May 25th) was dedicated to highlight the problem of abducted and missing children. Few situations are more troubling than when a child goes missing; fortunately, there are ways to improve the safety of children …Continue Reading Talk to Your Kids about Personal Safety
April 7-13th is National Window Safety Week. Take some time to read the tips below and keep your family safe. Window Safety Tips: Windows are a secondary escape route in case of fire. Create an escape plan and practice with your kids so that they know …Continue Reading 10 Tips for Window Safety
Do you know what poisonous substances are lurking in your home? Are household cleaners and prescription drugs out of reach of children? Take some time during National Poison Prevention Week, March 17-23, 2013, to take an assessment of your home and protect your family …Continue Reading March 17-23, 2013 is National Poison Prevention Week
According to The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHSS), “Most of the lead poisoning in Massachusetts comes from lead paint dust in older homes.” Homes built before 1978, which are many of the homes in the Bay State, often have lead paint somewhere, most frequently …Continue Reading Seven Links For Lead Paint Concerns
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