If recent history taught us something, it was that people and organizations are equally exposed to accidents, violence, terrorist attacks and a wide range of felonies, including breaking and entering, theft and many others.
Public venues in Paris, Mali, San Bernardino and others have been the target of attacks lately, emphasizing once again that one cannot be too safe in our modern world, unfortunately.
Enhancing security systems and measures, relying on the authorities and doubling the efforts to educate the general population on how to act, intervene and stay safe during such events can only take us so far. We need even more safety nets for ourselves and the people we love, and this is where safety apps and panic apps come into play. Read More
Cesar Milan needs little to no introduction when it comes to dog training and care. He is an expert not only in the daily education and entertainment of your best furry friend, but also in its daily safety. Dog owners don’t have the easiest of lives: they have to work their schedules around their friends’ walking and feeding times, they have to take important precautions when it comes to their pets’ cleanliness, health, play, diet and so on. Read More
Contrary to popular belief, modern expecting mothers are not helpless or in permanent need of supervision. Many juggle hard jobs and personal lives, run companies, drive themselves wherever they want to go, do shopping and go out. But expecting moms, granted, have to take some precautions when it comes to protecting the precious cargo they carry around all day. Read More
Are you a pet owner or, even better, a first-time pet owner?
Winter comes with a lot of joys and plenty of dangers and we are all used to face them. But have you wondered what the cold temperatures, frost and ice-melting chemicals can do for your pet? You still have to walk your furry friend even if it’s winter and take extra measures to protect the health and safety of your pet. Read More
Whether you live in an urban apartment or a residential suburb house you cannot eliminate the possibility of a home break in. Burglars have their ways of learning if you have valuable possessions in your home. And today, in a super cyber-oriented world, they don’t need your cash or jewelry or tech gadgets anymore as they can clean you bank accounts in the blink of an eye. This is why today we will try to cover the basic home safety options you should consider to keep all perpetrators away from your home and family. Read More
We live in a violent society, truth be told, and women are unfortunately exposed to plenty of attacks every single day, all over the world. While the primary objective of society should be education, prevention and proper reprimand of such acts, it is not less true that women also managed to step up their game and contribute to their own safety. Luckily, the modern world offers them plenty of opportunities to get in control, stay safe and even defend themselves. Let’s see a few safety tips, tricks and even gadgets to keep yourself safe at all times, no matter if you walk alone in the city, travel the world or experience a house break-in attempt. Read More
Being a parent implies hundreds and hundreds of responsibilities, worries and concerns, especially when it comes to the child’s safety. Driving around with a child also means that you have to pay attention to every little detail, no matter how small or unimportant it may seem. Luckily for everybody, there are plenty of experts to offer us guidance when it comes to car safety tips and advice. Read More
No matter if you travel solo, with your partner or in a group of friends, staying safe is of paramount importance even in a short city break. Besides the terrible things that have happened to tourists visiting other cultures and countries (terrorist attacks and shootings come to mind), each destination has its fair share of petty crime you should steer clear from. Today we will take a quick look at some travel safety tips you shouldn’t ignore when you get ready for a city break to another culture. Read More