Category: Safety

Best Fireproof Safes: SentrySafe vs Paragon vs First Alert vs Honeywell

Best Fireproof Safes: SentrySafe vs Paragon vs First Alert vs Honeywell

You’re a cautious person, so you have you and your family’s passports, social security cards, birth certificates, and some family heirlooms in a safe. These items may be safe from intruders, but are they completely secure from damage? If the items are valuable enough to lock in a safe, they are valuable enough to protect in a fire. That’s why we’ve chosen the best…

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Official Rules #BabySafetyContest

Official Rules for the A Secure Life #BabySafetyContest Pinterest Contest How to Enter: To enter the A Secure Life #BabySafetyContest Pinterest Contest, review these official rules and follow A Secure Life on Pinterest. Re-pin images from the A Secure Life #BabySafetyContest Pinterest Board onto your personal Pinterest board(s). Tag ‘@ASecureLife’ and hashtag #BabySafetyContest in the […]

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Dorm Security: How to Protect Your Stuff on Campus

Dorm Security: How to Protect Your Stuff on Campus
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How to Use Call Blocking Services

How to Use Call Blocking Services

Tired of getting the same call from the same annoying recording every day? When we sign up for new services our information gets sold sometimes. It’s unfortunate, but it happens. We’ve got telemarketers, credit card offers, and other unnecessary phone calls interrupting our days and sometimes we just want them to stop. Many phone providers […]

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What Do Private Investigators Do?

What Do Private Investigators Do?

Columbo, Magnum PI, Jim Rockford, Sam Spade & many more have graced the screen and left many a misconception about the world of private investigators. Some principles of what they do or how they do it are accurate, but if you really want to know what it’s like to be a PI, read this article to learn first hand from our security consultant (who is also an experienced private investigator), what it takes to be a good PI and what your day might look like…

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June is National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month

As people hit the roads, head out on summer vacation travels and spend more time outdoors, no better time to remember the age old phrase “Safety First” than in June. An organization with a related objective, the National Safety Council, is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy…

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How Secure Is Online Voting?

How Secure Is Online Voting?

When we will be able to do online voting in the general elections online? There are many benefits to argue for online voting including increasing voter turn out because of the convenience. Let’s take a look at the disadvantages of the current voting process and why we need online voting and the security implications of why an online voting system may not be a short term solution…

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Christmas Safety Tips: Staying Safe For the Holidays

Christmas Safety Tips: Staying Safe For the Holidays

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are not only synonymous with holiday shopping deals, they are also prone to identity theft and high risk of theft. it’s important to remember these basic Christmas safety tips and ways for staying safe around the holidays while you are doing your holiday shopping in stores or online.

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How Safe is Flying? Four Air Safety Tips

How Safe is Flying? Four Air Safety Tips

Traveling via plane is the only way to get overseas and the fastest way to get across country. While traveling by car carries a higher statistical risk than flying by air, recent airplane tragedies have left many feeling risks may have increased. So, here are a few tips that you can use to add some peace of mind to your next air travel experience…

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Emergency Evacuation Plan: Prepare Your Family For A Disaster

Emergency Evacuation Plan: Prepare Your Family For A Disaster

Emergency preparedness is not just for residents of regions impacted by tornadoes, hurricanes or other severe weather. Your community may experience several types of storms and other hazards during your lifetime. The potential emergencies in different environments, such as an office, school or travel destination, impact your decisions and the actions you take to protect […]

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