As unsettling as this title may be, someone has to write it.
Surviving a nuclear attack with bearable side effects is a long shot, but it is not impossible. According to the US Department of Homeland Security, you need to organize your family and loved ones and be prepared for anything. According to the CDC, your chances of living through a nuclear fallout depend on your proximity to the nuclear device when it explodes. A difference of a few hundred meters could mean the difference between immediate death and survival. Moreover, many people not at ground zero would survive. Read More
In life, anything can happen.
Sometimes you get help from others really quick, while other times you need to handle things on your own. We don’t say you need to turn into a veritable Bear Grylls, but there are some life hacks you should master, just in case. If you want to feel safe inside and outside the house, keep in mind you should have an emergency number on speed dial and the Red Panic Button widget on the screen of your smartphone.
However, you don’t always get a signal or people to come to your rescue in the next ten minutes. Let’s learn today a few life hacks to help you manage in some dire situations! Read More
Ah, the great outdoors!
The adventure of a camping trip together with the family, the joys of breathing fresh air, the excitement of the camp fire, the hikes, the discoveries, the sheer entertainment… It all sounds amazing and it should be amazing if you are careful to eliminate all sources of troubles, problems, issues, and discomforts. Going on a tent-and-car based camping trip with the family is not quite a picnic in the park, but luckily for everyone we have a few safety and practical tips, tricks and smart ideas to make things easier and more enjoyable! Read More
Who doesn’t enjoy an amazing family vacation at the seaside? This is what you have been waiting for all year long, isn’t it? Well… if you want to embrace all the fun and forget about all the troubles that might ensue from spending an entire vacation at the beach with the kids, you need to pack a few extra items besides your beach blanket, towels and sunscreen. Let’s see today some beach bag essentials for a great summer holiday entirely lacked of worries, troubles, and issues. Read More
The Red Panic Button white label solution for companies, NGOs and authorities is becoming increasingly popular as of late – mostly because it represents a 1-click emergency alternative to your personalized needs. With more and more unfortunate events occurring all over the world, our RPB white label corporate solution may represent the answer you were looking for when it comes to emergency services, safety measures, search and rescue operations and so on. Read More
Nobody likes to hear this, but our homes are very exposed to household fires every single day. You cook every day, all your appliances work in the same time, and you use plenty of methods of heating in winter or cooling down in summer.
Even if you use the latest and safest electronics, it’s always better to be safe than sorry!
Let’s see today a few tips, tricks, and information to help you keep your house safe from fires! Read More
Choosing the right emergency person and having that person ready to jump in whenever you are in trouble may be one of the smartest things you do in your life.
According to specialists in safety and personal security, listing an emergency contact may save your life in a great number of ways and situations. But who to choose and what criteria do you have to follow in making the best choice?
Let’s take a look at what experts have to say about it! Read More
A first aid kit for travel is a mandatory piece of your luggage.
No matter if you book an all-inclusive vacation or you begin a self-discovery journey discovering nature, that kit will keep you safe from troubles. Even a city-break or a road trip can put you in the situation of needing immediate first aid.
One argument in the favor of such kit is that when you travel abroad, you may not find there the medication you need (they have other names or you can’t get them without local prescriptions). A cold or an injury may not seem much when you travel, but isn’t it better to be safe than sorry? Let’s take a look inside that travel first aid kit and see what it should contain! Read More