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…

teachers panic button, safety device and App

Why Do Teachers Need A Personal Safety Device?

There has been a significant rate of violence and aggression against school staff. A recent study found that nearly half of all teachers said they were considering quitting their positions or changing careers because of worries about the teacher safety and atmosphere of the schools.  So, who can we make sure that teachers and the…

Motorsport Awareness Month safety tips

Motorsports Awareness Month

Each year over 40,000 families suffer the tragedy of losing their children and getting injured from ATV (all-terrain vehicle) accidents in the United States. All children under the ages of 16.  More than 5,500 motorcyclists died in 2020 on roads. Over 100 people die from motor vehicle accidents in the United States daily. Fifty percent…

summer camp worker personal safety device

How Can A Panic Button Benefit Summer Camp Workers/Employees?

Summers are here, and so is the temptation to enjoy many outdoor activities with your family. While many families go on a vacation, touring and swimming in the clear blues of Maldives, many prefer summer camps above all forms of joy.  According to research from Nationwide Children’s, about 11 million children and young adults go…

Sfety Tips During a Mass Shooting

How Can A Panic Safety Device Help During A Mass Shooting?

“The Fourth of July is a sacred day in our country – it’s a time to celebrate the goodness of our nation, the only nation on Earth founded based on an idea: that all people are created equal. Make no mistake; our best days still lie ahead.” Said the President of the United States, Joe…

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…

LGBTQ Safety Tips

LGBTQ + Safety Tips

The Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network’s Day of Silence is just around the corner. A day-long vow of silence will be taken by the Americans to symbolize the silencing of LGBTQ bullying and harassment.  Gender identity and sexual orientation are the foremost reasons why lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender peeps are trolled, both on…

National Work Zone Awareness Week

National Work Zone Awareness Week

Virginia Department of Transportation is hosting the National Work Zone Awareness Week, commencing from 11th April 2022 to 15Th April 2022. This year’s theme — Work Zones are a sign to slow down — encourages slow and safe driving in highway work zones.  The National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse reports show that a notable…

personal safety device for real estate professionals

How Can A Personal Safety Device Help Real Estate Professionals?

With a workforce comprising over 2 million United States residents, the real estate industry contributes immensely to the country’s economy. Unfortunately, not much has been done to cater to the safety protocol of real estate agents.  We all have heard about the horrible incident of kidnapping and murder of an Arkansas real estate agent after…

personal safety device for Rideshare drivers

How Can A Personal Safety Device Help Rideshare Drivers?

Rideshare drivers provide driving service to strangers all day long, throughout their lives, and they’re as much exposed to safety-related risks as are the passengers.  Ridesharing through Uber, Careem, and Lyft is a major economic industry, with $17191 as of 2018, with a  projected growth of 15% by the end of 2022.  Despite being a…