• Keep Your Kids Safe
    Family,  Kids,  Safety

    Here Are 4 Ways to Keep Your Kids Safe In The Home

    If you are like most parents, you find yourself constantly worrying about the safety and wellbeing of your kids. When they are at home, you expect that they should be able to remain as safe as possible, but that is not always the case. As it happens, the home is often one of the places which needs the most care and attention to keep everyone safe and secure. In this article, we are going to consider some of the essential things that you need to do if you want to ensure your children are safe at home. There are many potential dangers and threats in any home, and knowing what…

  • Dad and Son
    Cars,  Daddy Talk,  Safety

    11 Helpful Things Every Dad Needs In His Car

    If you have children under your care, you can’t be too prepared. Which means that your car should be packed with essentials. After all, we spend a great deal of time in our automobiles, and getting lost or stranded is always a possibility. Be prepared, and these scenarios are mere inconveniences; get caught unprepared, however, and you could find yourself in a hazardous situation. For this reason, consider keeping these items in your car. First-Aid Kit A first-aid kit is a must. There are a multitude of traveling first-aid kits to choose from. Thankfully, nearly all of them come with bandages, gauze, cleansing wipes, scissors, tweezers, swabs, pads, tape, and…

  • Safety Issues You Need to Know About Before Welding
    Home Improvement,  Safety

    Safety Issues You Need to Know About Before Welding

    Before getting started in the welding trade, it’s necessary to be aware of safety issues. Welders can protect themselves from accidents or burns by using personal protective equipment and conducting a risk assessment. What do you need to look out for when you start a welding project? Check out this list for the most common safety issues. Welder’s Flash Exposing the eye to ultraviolet light causes sunburn-like damage to the cornea. This is often referred to as “welder’s flash.” A welding torch is a source of UV light which can cause blurred vision and sore eyes, often requiring medical attention. To avoid welder’s flash, protective equipment such as a welder’s…