The beginning of the New Year is quickly approaching and you’ve likely already made plans for the event.
When entering a place of public assembly (nightclubs, restaurants, exhibition halls, etc.) we don’t usually anticipate a disaster. Unfortunately, disasters can occur when you least expect.
Even though winter is in full swing in many areas of the country, it's not too late for some preparedness actions.
According to the U.S. Fire Administration, senior citizens aged 65 and older are twice as likely to die in a fire as the general population.
More than 80% of U.S. civilian deaths involving fire occur in the home.
It’s important to know what to do during and after a blizzard strikes your area. In our previous article, we covered some of the ways to prepare for a winter storm before it occurs.
Many winter storms last for days on end and can easily cause major problems to those who are not prepared.
Christmas wouldn’t be complete without seasonal decorations such as Christmas trees and twinkling lights.