Day To Day Safety

The risk is inconstant. It’s important to be aware of things that can make you vulnerable as we often fail to realize that we are prone to injury in almost every activity performed.

Day to day security

Here are some safety tips to get you started in creating a safer and healthier environment-

A self-defense course for your safety

Learning a couple of essential moves in self-protection could spare your life! most urban communities ought to have a spot or two that offer self-protection classes, and are not excessively priced.

Keep the emergency supplies ready

Emergency kits bearing items suited to individual requirements and local weather changes should be kept ready in the vehicle as well as at home. Basics things like a water bottle, non-perishable food items, a first aid kit, cell phone charger, a blanket, an extra jacket and pair of shoes, candles, matches, flashlight, and batteries, and money should be kept in the kit.

Keep the entryways locked!

Regardless of the fact that you are at home or you have gone out, one of the precautionary measures that can be put into immediate action as you read is locking up the entryways.  Use the peephole to take a look at the person knocking the door before answering the doorbell.

Avoid Driving When tired, drunk or on medication..

Use of cell phone, not abiding the traffic rules or bad weather could result in some fatal events. Most important tip for all the motorists out there is never pick up hitchhikers.

Be cognizant of the safety procedures followed in the workplace

Be proactive in recognizing the evacuation paths in case of emergencies like fire or gas leak. Ensure that the first aid kits are available in the workplace. Suit up with the safety harnesses and types of equipment based on the type of your workplace.

Never attend to calls from unidentified callers

Unidentified callers may call you to seek information in an attempt to target you for theft identity or bank details. Keep in mind never to share critical and personal information over the phone. 

Use flashlights for light at times of emergency in the dark

When entering a dark area or in the night, use flashlights for looking out. This safety precaution can be very helpful to avoid unnecessary issues from arising.