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15 Tips to Prevent Holiday Burn Injuries

The holidays are often associated with colder weather and the need to bundle up and keep warm. Unfortunately, when filling your home with love, light, and warmth, things can take a dangerous turn.

Winter Heating Safety: Freezing Out Winter Fires

As outside temperatures drop, houses heat up and burn injuries increase.

Prevent Heat Illness This Summer!

The recent heat wave that blanketed the majority of the U.S. left a toll on those dealing with temperatures reaching 100 degrees.

San Diego Summer Safety

In the summer months, tourists and residents of cities like San Diego head to the beach in droves.

140 Free phone apps from the Government!


There are over 140 apps provided by the government for your smartphone… most are free!

Know How Much Water to Drink to Stay Hydrated

Drinking Water to Stay Hydrated

Choosing Thermal Insulating Apparel – The New ANSI/ISEA 201-2012 Standard

A new national standard, approved in the spring of 2012, will assist in the choice of thermal insulating apparel to keep workers protected from harsh cold weather conditions.

Manage Heat Stress with Evaporative Cooling

Heat stress, heat exhaustion or even heat stroke can be caused by the inability of the body to cool itself down by sweating.


Portable handheld device provides waterless WBGT measurement and displays
on-screen warning signal when environmental conditions enter a danger zone.

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