According to ASecureLife.com, common in-home problems include
- Inadequate banisters and railings
- Unsafe medication storage
- High water heater temperatures, and
- Improperly-stored firearms
I’m Burt, and I’m a safety guru.
As a former workplace safety consultant, it was my job to help manufacturing facilities prevent on-site accidents.
But did you know more than 18,000 people are injured each year right in their own homes?
The good news is, most at-home accidents are preventable with just a few simple steps. And, while natural catastrophes like floods, wildfires, hurricanes, tornadoes, and winter storms aren’t as likely to affect you, it’s always a good idea to be prepared for those too. I’ll show you how.