Community Safety


Hot Temperature Safety Tips

Now that the hotter temperatures are upon us, we at ivalueSafety.com wanted to share some Hot Temperature Safety Tips per the following:  Muscle cramping might be the first sign of heat-related illness, and may lead to heat exhaustion or stroke. Here is how you can recognize heat exhaustion and heat stroke and what to do: […]

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Check On Elderly During Extreme Heat

As the mercury continues to rise, AARP urges local residents to check on older friends and loved ones during the extreme heat. The elderly are among the most susceptible to heat-related illness and deaths, It is critically important to check on older neighbors and family members, especially those who live alone. Not only do older people […]

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Beach and Rip Current Safety Tips

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share some Beach and Rip Current Safety Tips.  Including a video on how to identify and react if caught in a rip current: Please follow these 3 Water Safety Rules to Stay Safe at the Beach!!! DON’T SWIM ALONE, swim near lifeguards If caught in a rip current YELL AND […]

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Portable Generator Safety

With Tropical Storm Barry hitting the Gulf Coast, we at ivalueSafety.com want to share some Portable Generator Safety Tips per the following: In an emergency, portable electric generators offer lifesaving benefits when outages affect your home or business. They can safely power important electrical equipment such as portable heating units, computers, water pumps, freezers, refrigerators […]

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Storm Surge Safety Tips

“The greatest potential for loss of life related to a hurricane is from the storm surge.” – Brian Jarvinen, National Hurricane Center With Tropical Storm Barry closing in on the Gulf Coast, we at ivalueSafety.com want to share Storm Surge Safety Tips per the following: 1. Storm surge is often the greatest threat to life […]

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