Work Safety


How to Properly Jump Start a Car – Video

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a video on How to Properly Jump Start a Car (click on the image below to view video): Note: ivalueSafety.com recommends wearing safety glasses when performing any maintenance work on vehicles.  

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How To Visually Inspect Fire Extinguishers – Video

Did you know that you should perform a monthly visual inspection of your home fire extinguishers? Note: make sure to check the expiration date of the fire extinguisher as well. We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a video by DDPM CA regarding How To Visually Inspect Fire Extinguishers (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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Understanding Your Outlets to Avoid a House Fire

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a post by SaveOnEnergy regarding Understanding Your Outlets to Avoid a House Fire per the following: According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), electrical malfunctions are the second leading cause of residential fires in the U.S. Your electrical outlets can be a source of these fires, if they’re […]

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