Category: Safety Tips

Do I Need A Mouth Barrier For CPR?

Do I Need A Mouth Barrier For CPR?

Most CPR victims will throw up in the course of CPR. To avoid contact with their body fluids, a CPR mouth barrier will come handy to protect you from ...
How To Choose a Fire Extinguisher for Home (Type, Size) and How To Use It

How To Choose a Fire Extinguisher for Home (Type, Size) and How To Use It

A quick guide to saving you time in choosing the right extinguisher for your home. ...
Preparing for the Big One at Home

Preparing for the Big One at Home

Preparing for the Big One could apply to folks across this country. Since every state has had an earthquake of some size, you shouldn't get too comfor ...
Holiday safety reminders and tips for you to be safe during the holidays

Holiday safety reminders and tips for you to be safe during the holidays

Did you know that Thanksgiving holds the title of most dangerous U.S. holiday? Yes it is, with an average of 567 fatalities per thanksgiving per year ...
The History of CPR

The History of CPR

This is a nice infographic that shows CPR has been around for more than 150 years, but I found it disturbing that 30% of people have broken ribs ...
Pet Safety-Fourth of July

Pet Safety-Fourth of July

With holidays always comes with fun and food, you are responsible for your pets safety in an emergency and a disaster so always be prepared in advance ...
WARNING: “Hands Only CPR” is not for everyone

WARNING: “Hands Only CPR” is not for everyone

Hands only CPR is not the preferred method but it is better than nothing for adults following a witnessed collapse. Below is a list of who needs breat ...
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