A recent home invasion in Millburn, New Jersey, has raised the profile of the utility of a video security system and what it can do to help deter and aid in the prosecution of home invaders (as well as abusive nannies).
We wrote recently about the financial penalties that are often levied by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for employers who do not provide adequate fire protection for their workers.
If you run a small business, chances are you may be familiar with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), as they’re the main regulating body for enforcing workplace safety standards across the country.
Hiring a contractor to perform work on your house can be a daunting experience, and it’s no different when you’re picking an Atlanta alarm company to install a burglar alarm that will protect your family from a home invasion.
While you may hesitate to discuss the prospect of home invasion with your family – as it could be a frightening topic to even think about – it’s still a good idea to have a plan for dealing with emergencies and share that plan with your loved ones.
The ability to confront fires depends in part on how prepared you are to handle the various types of fires that exist.
If you live in a rural area, you may want to consider contacting an Atlanta alarm company to discuss home security options, as residences in this area are often left unacceptably exposed to home invasion.
We wrote recently about the need for business owners to formulate an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) that dictates how to respond to varying disasters, catastrophes and accidents.
When coming up with safety protocols for your business, one of the most important tasks is to develop an Emergency Action Plan (EAP), which describes in detail the procedures for dealing with various disasters and accidents that can occur in the workplace.