Carbon monoxide (CO) is a highly toxic and poisonous gas. It is colorless, odorless and tasteless so it is hard to detect. Since there are no warning signs specific to CO, one may not be aware of the presence of the gas in their home and workplace. Exposure to CO
Because of this silent danger, it is important to be aware of prevention methods, detection, and signs and symptoms of CO poisoning to lessen the chances of the gas being present.
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Disasters such as fires, floods, explosions, and civil disturbances can endanger employees, customers and the public. Your ability to react quickly and rationally during an emergency can save your life and those around you. Having a disaster plan in place is the key to making sure you are prepared and know what to do in an emergency to ensure a safer environment.
An Emergency Preparedness Plan helps to minimize or prevent injury, loss of life and extensive property damage. Plans should contains step-by-step guidelines to follow in the event of a disaster to minimize the impact of an emergency.
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Whether you have a home security system or not, there are many ways to deter a home break in. See our list of simple safety tips that deter burglars, keeping your home and family safer.
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Epidemics effect and jeopardize all facets of social and family life. Rapid, rational response during a widespread illness or disaster may not only save your life, but also the lives of those you love at home.
Following simple guidelines for healthy behavior, developing and communicating an emergency plan ahead of time will ensure your family members are fully aware of how plans. Review the plans regularly and go through practice runs so everyone understands how the plans are to be executed in order to handle the situation more effectively.
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