Safety Tips for the Holiday Season

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The holiday season is full of opportunities for people to get together for fun, food, and sharing. By following some simple precautions, you can make the holidays safe for your, your family, and your friends. Teach children to stay away from candles, fireplaces, fireworks, space heaters, matches, and lighters. Holly and mistletoe can be poisonous to small children and pets. … Read More

Home Safety

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Home Safety Keeping Your Home Safe in the Summer Welcome to the warm summer months! Although it is Hurricane season, summer is the beginning of fun and activities. Make this summer a safe one by looking around your home. Each day in America 55 people die and another 58,000 are injured in accidents that occur in the home. They CAN … Read More

Winter Safety Tips

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Welcome to a new year! Now that the holidays are over we look forward to the promise of 2016. More and more people are using outdoor fireplaces and chiminea (clay fire pit) than ever before. It is important to always remember that anytime you work with fire there is a chance of losing control of it or getting burned. If … Read More

Tips to Enjoy Your Holiday Season Safely

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The holiday season is full of opportunities for people to get together for fun, food, and sharing. By following some simple precautions, you can make the holidays safe for yourself, your family and friends. Choose a fresh tree. Look for one without shedding needles. Trim the truck at an angle before you put it in a non-tip stand. Make sure … Read More

Holidays and Safety: A Must Read

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It’s a busy holiday season. With visiting guests, cooking big meals, and the cold weather, there is a potential hazard (or hazards) lurking in your home. Beware! Avoid these hidden dangers: 1) Aluminum wiring: Homes built with aluminum wiring are 55 times more likely than those with copper wiring to go up in smoke, and the odds of a fire … Read More

Disasters & Donations

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I received this today from Adam H. Putnam, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, and wanted to share. Our hearts go out to those affected in the most recent bombings in Boston and the explosion in West, Texas. Beware of those trying to take money for false purpose. “I’m deeply saddened by the recent events in Boston, MA and West, TX. During … Read More