I would like to give women some tips on a few things you can do to make yourself safer when you go out. Some of this information has come to me from safety specialist and law enforcement officials. Some of this information comes from personal experience.
Awesome tips for social workers that can also be used by anyone. It is important to be cognizant of personal safety approaches because it can literally save your life one day.
How do you calculate safety margins? How do you calculate the safety factor or factor of safety? What is the difference between a safety margin and a safety factor, and how are they related?
With mosquito season in full swing in many parts of the world, it's good to revisit ways to keep those little critters away, as the potential to get some serious diseases like West Nile Virus are real. Some people that get bitten by mosquitoes also...
Hospitals are working to increase safety for patients. There are also many things a patients can do to protect themselves. Hospital malpractice lawyers are a resort if you have are a victim of hospital negligence.
This article addresses traumatic brain injuries. This article focuses on new traumatic brain injury studies is explained. New helmets for our military and football players is available.
Preparedness keys are the essentials in preparedness beginning with food storage. What do you need to know to get started?
Keeping aware of your surroundings can help you stay safe from accidents and crime.
This is an article about the difference between accidents and incidents. This will help Occupational Safety And Health Officers to better identify accidents from incidents and how to prevent them.
You won't know until disaster strikes, what it is going to be like. Still, you can prepare yourself as much as possible. Here are some suggestions of things I learned from my experience.