Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week

Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week

Children’s safety has always been a great concern on an international level. Several policies, committees, and campaigns were established to foster knowledge among people to help create a safe environment for the little legs.  Children Passenger Safety Awareness Week is celebrated on the third week of September, from the 18th to the 25th, to highlight…

Protect your babies on National Baby Safety Month

National Baby Safety Month

Although parents and caregivers have a lot on their hands, keeping your infant safe and healthy should be the most important one. Whether you are about to become a first-time parent, are expanding your family, or are a grandmother/father, this is the perfect moment to start taking precautions and keeping your baby safe. Baby Safety…

National Disaster Preparedness Month

National Disaster Preparedness Month

With increasing global temperatures, the world is at risk of natural disasters more than ever. They may include hurricanes, tornadoes, storms, floods, droughts, wildfires, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions.    In 2021 alone, more than 20 weather-related catastrophes caused over $1 billion in damages in the US. A natural disaster may hit a state anytime and…

Student safety device and tips

Student Safety Devices: Why Your Child Needs One

For most students, entering a university means living by themselves for the first time. While this independence may be exciting for many, others are stressing over their safety. Each university faces safety issues ranging from theft, harassment, and cyberbullying to drug abuse. While most campuses are safe, an unfortunate incident may strike at any time.…

National Traffic Awareness Month guide on car accident

National Traffic Awareness Month – How A Personal Safety Device Could Save Your Life During A Car Accident?

“Each year, approximately 1.3 million lives are cut short due to car accidents.” As WHO laid further claims, the report also mentioned that 20 to 50 million people incur non-fatal injuries after a car crash and among these numbers, many people suffer disabilities due to these injuries.  Besides economic losses, what more do you think…

Lightning Safety Awareness Week tips

Lightning Safety Awareness Week

The refreshing pitter-patter, soothing smell of wet sand, and grey clouds casting shadows are the things pluviophile’s live for. The wet season is about to kick off in the United States (July and August), and before it causes any casualties, it’s important to highlight the greatest hazard it can bring.  Lightning is the worst form…

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

The International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and the World Health Organization introduced June 15 as the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day in 2006. Given the physical and emotional abuse associated with senior citizens, the day aims to raise awareness among individuals, communities, and organizations. The Need For Elder Abuse Awareness Elder people…

National Safety Month

National Safety Month — Why Personal Safety Devices Are So Important?

National Safety Council has declared June the National Safety Month in the United States since 1996. The initiative aims to reevaluate personal safety and environmental safety practices and improve upon them. This month-long event focuses on spreading awareness about safety hazards and injuries in industrial labor. National Safety Month – 2022 Theme Each week of…

National Missing Children's Day safety tips

National Missing Children’s Day

In loving memory of Etan Patz, a six-year-old kid who went missing from the New York City Street corner on May 25, 1979, President Ronald Reagan established the National Missing Children’s Day. Etan never came back home and was declared dead in 2001, but it was due to his disappearance that the missing children movement…

Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month

Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) declares May to be National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. The most disturbing time of the year for asthma and allergy patients is May. Hospitals report a huge influx of patients complaining of severe food allergies, coughing, sneezing, shortness of breath, and asthma attacks, hence this is…