Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
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Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
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Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
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Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
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Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
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Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
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Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More

Home Safety Tips

Home Sweet Home Our Top 10 Home Safety Tips:   1.  Check your smoke alarms weekly. Only takes 2 minutes! 2.  Be prepared to get out of a fire. Make a fireplan today and teach all the family. 3.  Don’t overload power strips. 4 sockets = 4 plugs, no more! 4.  Two things every home should have: fire extinguisher + fire blanket. 5.  Remember to put out candles and cigarettes properly. 6.  Lock your door! Remember a closed door is not a locked one! 7.  Always check your windows before you go out. 8.  Make sure your outdoor possessions are safe. Bikes and tools are easy targets. 9.  Make a…
Read More

Got plans for the weekend?

There are so many plans to make for the weekend; some are fun like seeing friends, others a bit more boring but necessary like shopping and cleaning but before anything else the 1st plan we should all have in place is a Fire Escape Plan. Fire spreads in minutes but knowing what to do can save lives. Teach all family members what they have to do if there is a fire and how to get out as quickly and safely as possible. Have a look at eAngel app for free tips on how to be prepared then you can start planning the rest of the weekend!
Read More

Sunday = Shed Safety

Safety at home includes keeping things safe in our sheds +garages. The average home has power tools, paints and gardening equipment which are all dangerous if not used or stored properly. Sunday is perfect for a bit of home organizing. If it is broken repair or throw out, if it is not needed donate or give away and if you need to keep something find the correct home for it. Keeping things in the correct place reduces risks of accidents and saves time when you need to use them.
Read More

Winter warmers

With temperatures dropping many of us will be spending the weekend at home, here are some simple ideas to keep warm without needing to turn up the heating: Layers of clothing will help keep out any chills and if you are spending the day at home who cares if nothing matches! Why not have a competition to see who has the best combination, kids love any excuse to "dress up". A bit of physical activity never hurts, be that cleaning or dancing around the living room! Turn on some music, get up and get moving! Hot drinks and soups will help make you feel warmer. A hearty vegetable soup or…
Read More

Tuesday = Test your smoke alarm

The most important safety addition to any house is a smoke alarm. Cheap and easy to install, this can give us important time if a fire occurs. Fires spread in minutes, each second counts. Regular testing is necessary but often forgotten. This the reason that the campaign "Test It Tuesday" started, to encourage regular checks. It takes less than 2 minutes to press the alarm and make sure all is ok. It is important that we also help others who can't reach their alarms such as elderly family members or neighbours. Teach your kids about the importance of home safety, it is a vital lesson which should become part of…
Read More