Weekly Roundups

 

Safest Ovens / Oven Safety Guide

When it comes to oven safety, two of the most important things you need to keep top of mind are preventing accidental burns and fires. Burns can happen to grownups and children alike when they touch a heated element, inside … Continue reading

The 50 Top Fan / Ventilation Systems

With improvements in home construction and building material efficiency, proper ventilation is now more important than ever to ensure that your home is a safe and comfortable place. Without proper ventilation, you risk moisture buildup that can result in the … Continue reading

The Top Smoke Alarms

Given that every 85 seconds a home fire in starts somewhere in America, it makes sense to have a working smoke alarm installed in your home. It can help cut your risk of dying in a home fire by more than … Continue reading

The 5 most surprisingly dangerous big cities in America

It’s the American dream – a decent job, family, and a home with a white picket fence. More often than not you’ve probably imagined that home in a safe, low-crime neighbourhood, especially if you have children. Chances are that idyllic … Continue reading

The 50 Top Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless gas produced by combustion fumes originating from a stove or your home’s heating system, which can cause sudden illness or even death. Common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include: nausea, vomiting, headaches, weakness, dizziness, chest … Continue reading

Top 25 Safety Articles of the Week: March 29

safe gardening tips

This week, we’re featuring several new faces with lots of interesting content on keeping your home, your family, your table, and your workplace safe. Home Safety We all understand the importance of home security, but we also know it can … Continue reading

Top 25 Safety Articles of the Week: March 22

healthy eating for kids

Does this photo make you feel guilty? It did when I first saw it. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my son’s eating habits, specifically his lack of green vegetable consumption. I swear, his superpower is the ability to … Continue reading

Top 25 Safety Articles of the Week: March 15

The Secret Life of the American Teenager

This week, my favorite bloggers published some very interesting and thought-provoking content that I am eager to share with you. And while all these posts resonated with me on some level, one really stood out: a piece about how teens, … Continue reading

Top 25 Safety Articles of the Week: March 8

fire rope ladder

It’s the little things in life, right? And while the phrase usually refers to life’s simple pleasures, “little things” can really be a lot of things. Like an inexpensive, compact fire ladder that saves a man’s life as he flees … Continue reading

Top 25 Safety Articles of the Week: March 1

seatbelt for pregnant women

Welcome to another week of the blogosphere’s best safety & security news! There were a lot of important tip posts this week, so I tried to round out the seriousness with upbeat safety news, too. For example, did you know … Continue reading