Community Safety


Stop The Bleed Kits – Video

We at ivalueSafety.com want to raise awareness of Stop The Bleed Kits and how to utilize one (click on image below to view video):  

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Avoid A Backover Tragedy

Did you know that there are over 200 fatalities each year resulting from “Backovers”? A Backover occurs when an unsuspecting driver of a vehicle accidentally runs over a pedestrian when the vehicle is driving in reverse. The majority of victims of Backover accidents are young or elderly. Unfortunately, even more tragic is that often the […]

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Self Rescue Falling Through Ice – Video

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a video by Pike Pole Fishing regarding Self Rescue Falling Through Ice. Please note that the video instructor utilizes a personal floatation device (PFD) for the filming of this video. In addition, to utilizing ice picks on the second self rescue. A PFD and ice picks are both cheap insurance policies and can be […]

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Check On Elderly/Disabled During Cold Temperatures & Storms

In recognition of the extreme weather in Texas and surrounding states, we at ivalueSafety.com want to share a reminder to Check On Elderly/Disabled During Cold Temperatures & Storms per the following: Guardian Angels Homecare reminds us to be attentive to our elderly/disabled neighbors during storms. From shoveling their driveway to gathering their mail, confirming they […]

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Downed Power Lines On Vehicle – Video

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a video regarding what to do if power lines fall onto your vehicle. We are posting this video in response to the recent winter storms resulting in downed power lines (click on image below to view video):  

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