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Issue 49 – 2011 Light Bulbs

… The ultimate victim is Freedom itself, as this legislation is nothing more than another nail in Freedom’s coffin. But there is still Hope. If you feel strongly, as I do, that the best products will emerge in a free market of competing products, then notify your Congressman and Senator and tell them, no even better, INSIST, that all electrical lighting products remain available to consumers, and let consumers decide upon the merits of energy efficient replaceable light bulbs. In a truly free society, the one both you and I have been led to believe exists in the United States of America, we should still be able to make this rational choice for ourselves!

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Issue 48 – 2011 Radiation Safety

ARE WE PREPARED TO SAFEGUARD OURSELVES AND OUR PLANET? The massive 9.0 earthquake and the following tsunami that has devastated the eastern coast of Japan killed tens of thousands of people with many thousands more missing. It has caused billions of dollars in damage and it was a breathtakingly horrible event to witness.

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Issue 47 – 2011 Earthquake Safety
Remember that stuff about hiding under a table or standing in a doorway? Well, here is a different view, a real eye opener by Doug Copp, Rescue Chief and Disaster Manager of the American Rescue Team International (ARTI ), the world’s most experienced rescue team. Save your life with "The Triangle of Life". …

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Issue 46 – 2010 Safety Issues Highlights
Pandemic Issues, HIV/AIDS, Health care reform bill passes Senate, Drinking water quality concerns in the US, Going Snowboarding?, Product Recalls are the current safety issues…

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Issue 45 – Safety Gift Ideas
This holiday season, there will be so many occasions that build up our store of memories of good times and we’re still looking at safety products that would make wonderful and useful gifts for family and friends. Here are gift ideas for everyone and for those who care deeply about the safety of their pets…

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Issue 44 – Malls: Where Thieves Shop for Targets
More people are out looking for the “door-buster” shopping deals and other deep discounts. And where there are many people shopping, thieves are also busy at the local malls shopping for their targets. Shoppers should be aware that 80 percent of all crimes related to shopping occur in the parking lot. Shoppers are more vulnerable to …

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Issue 43 – Halloween Candy Rush
When you open your front door on Halloween night, it may not be the gruesome outfits that will scare you; it will more likely be the size of the kids that come trick or treating. These will be kids with a lot of bulge asking for fudge. Nearly 30 percent of children in the United States, ages 2-19, are technically obese or overweight. That’s nearly …

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Issue 42 – When Disaster Strikes …
With over 377 federally declared Presidential Disaster Declarations since January 1, 2000, too many are no stranger to the devastating effects of natural disasters. According to the FEMA the most frequent and devastating disasters are severe storms, hurricanes, floods, and fires. Flooding and hurricanes accounted for over $17.4 billion in …

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Issue 41 – Back to Safe School Year
It’s that time of year again! Our children and youth of this country are on their way back to school. In preparation for this event, let’s take time to look at some tips that will help make this transition easier, smoother and safer for all. These tips and reminders can go a long way in helping your child and you both get off to a good and safe school year! …

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Issue 40 – Escape Tools Save Lives in Car Crashes
Every year 300-500 people die trapped in their car immersed in water. Many more perish in dry land accidents when their seat belt or their doors jam while their car is ablaze. Imaging you are driving along and suddenly you are forced off the road by another vehicle and your car ends up in a canal, pond or river. Within seconds your electric …

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Issue 39 – Going Camping – Think Safety!
Camping is a great time for everyone in the family to explore nature, relax, or simply have some fun and adventure. Still, despite the fresh air and refreshing streams, camping has its own hazards: sun and heat, bugs, wild animals and poisonous plants, fire and water. You need to plan carefully and prepare for potential dangers, to make sure …

Issue 38 – Happy and Safe Mother’s Day
News: Boosting Hopes for Healthier Communities: Yovette Mumford, President of Safety Medicals Supply International, Inc., donated 135,500 SafetyTip Needles with Syringes to Hope for a Healthier Humanity in April 08. Read More…
Safety on Mother’s Day: Have you planned a treat for mom yet — breakfast in bed, perhaps, or …

Issue 37 – National Playground Safety Week
The National Program for Playground Safety (NPPS) states that over 200,000 kids go to hospital emergency rooms annually from injuries in playground equipment accidents — including equipment installed in our own backyards. The National Playground Safety Week is organized for the proposition that many of these injuries can …

Issue 36 – Spring Break – College Students
It’s Spring, the season for new beginnings. It’s also the time for Spring Break, when college students get the chance to relax. Some students take this as a chance for partying and drinking all night long. Before you get overwhelmed by all that excess, remember criminals use the spring break as their chance to prey on unsuspecting students. …

Issue 35 – Child Passenger Safety Week
The law requires child car seats to be used for children. Remember that • A rear-facing seat is needed for children weighing below 9 kg/20lb.• A forward-facing seat is required for children between 9 and 18 kg/20 to 40 lb.• A booster seat is needed for children weighing 18 to 36 kg…

Issue 34 – Fire Safety Products’ Week
Fire knows no season and can strike anytime. Hearing the exclamation, “Fire!” can seize the stoutest heart and plunge it into panic. Being prepared to handle fire emergencies is the best way to avoid panicking and wasting precious time thinking of what to do. Know and apply fire prevention techniques and stock up on…

Issue 33 – National Ski Safety Week
If you’re going backcountry trekking or skiing this winter, make sure to put avalanche necessities in your Backpack to help in case of an avalanche. Before going out, read a guide book on avalanche awareness. You’ll need an avalanche breathing apparatus and a sturdy digital/analog avalanche beacon. A good incline meter to measure slopes…

Issue 32 – Snowboarding Safety Week
There is so much fun to be had in winter sports. Few of us
can forget the exhilaration of riding a sled or snowboarding down a giant hill, the cold wind rushing in our faces. But while the joys of winter sports are immense, bear in mind that it is so easy to get injured. It pays to bundle up for the ride with safety in mind. Here are some precautions…

Issue 31 – Safety Stocking Stuffers’ Week
Stuffing Christmas stockings with products that promote safety can be a unique way of spreading holiday cheer. This Sterling Silver Photo Bracelet, which secures the identity of the person in the photo, will be treasured for a long time. Stuff it along with key chains, flashlights, camera, atomic or alarm clocks, batteries, sunglasses, travel kits …

Issue 30 – Safety Gifts Week
The Holiday season is upon us! Soon, we all will be celebrating our traditions with our families and friends, and enjoying the joys and jubilee of giving and receiving gifts. It is a wonderful time of year to show those you care about, love or just appreciate your gratitude with a unique and treasured gift. …

Issue 29 – Hand Washing Awareness Week
Keeping hands clean is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. It is best to wash your hands with soap and clean running water for 20 seconds. However, if soap and clean water are not available, use an alcohol-based product to clean …

Issue 28 – World’s AIDS Week
Due to better monitoring and improved treatment methodologies, U.N. and W.H.O. estimate that the rate of new infections is down to 2.5 million, and 33.2 million people worldwide are affected by AIDS. The lower numbers are encouraging, but there is no reason to relax your guard against AIDS. Healthcare workers can use SafetyTip™ needles to protect …

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Issue 27 – Food Safety Week
You are doing a lot of cooking for Thanksgiving and the holidays. Food preparation for this year’s holidays will have to pay closer attention to food safety. There have been many food recalls in the past months due to various contaminants, from E. coli in frozen burger patties and spinach, to botulism in canned chili, to listeria in …

Issue 26 – Escalator and Elevator Safety Week
With the onset of the holiday season, you will be using a lot of the escalator and elevator as you go around doing your holiday shopping. Riding an elevator or escalator can be great fun, especially for young children. But we should not forget that if this is not done properly, injuries like lacerated tendons, broken or severed fingers and toes …

Issue 25 – Shopping Safety Month
The holiday season brings special joy to everyone, but it can also pose some unique dangers for those who go shopping. The shops will be full, and busy people may become a little careless and become easier targets for theft, robbery, burglary, and car break-ins. Historically, shopping-related crimes surge between October 31 and December 31 …

Issue 24 – Road Safety Week
Over 1.2 million people are killed each year in road accidents worldwide. That makes for 3,000 deaths a day, and 500 of them are children. The majority of these deaths involve the primary income earner in a family. In addition, about 50 million people suffer injuries from road crashes annually, 15 million of them seriously. Here is how you could help …

Issue 23 – Halloween and Safety Issues
It will soon be Halloween and hordes of creatures from our zoo of little monsters and mighty superheroes will be out in the streets for delicious treats. While the children should have fun, parents should realize that this is also the most dangerous night of the year for children. According to statistics, four times more …

Issue 22 – School Bus Safety
School buses are generally very safe forms of transportation. But young children, especially those 5-7 years old, are most at risk especially when getting on or off the school bus. There are three times more fatalities wh
ile loading and unloading school buses than while riding the bus. It is important for parents to sit down and have …

Issue 21 – Back to School Safety
As another school year comes around, it is critical to make sure children have all the safety necessities and essentials. There are many things to consider when making a safety checklist. Will your child be walking to school, riding a bike, riding the bus or carpooling? Will your child have to ever be standing at the bus stop …

Issue 20 – Air Safety
By stepping outside, more often than not, we can smell pollutants in the air we are breathing. For example, lawnmower gasoline, car exhaust fumes, fires that may be burning emitting carbon monoxide, tobacco carcinogens and diesel fuels are just a few of the pollutants that engulf the air that we breath outside; but what about indoors? …

Issue 19 – Energy Safety
Energy in our homes comes from two main sources; gas and electricity. Used properly these forms of energy are completely safe; however without the knowledge of safety awareness and the correct safety protection products, they can be deadly. Over half of all natural fires occur in the home. According to the April 2007 statistics released …

Issue 18 – Prevention and Treatment of Injuries
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the United States alone, over 775,000 children under age 15 and over 665,000 individuals over age 15 are treated in hospital emergency rooms for sports-related injures each year. For children under age 15, of these injuries, 80% are from football, basketball, baseball, …

Issue 17 – MRI Safety
MRI Safety Week: Medical Industry Moves to Tighten Magnetic Resonance Imaging Safety Rules – MRI is a safe imaging technique proven to be much less hazardous than ionizing radiation (X-ray) methods. Yet there has been talk that some insurance companies plan to …; Safety Tips when Taking Magnetic Resonance Imaging Exams …

Issue 16 – West Nile Virus Safety
West Nile Virus Safety Tips: Insect repellents should be registered with the EPA and contain DEET, picaridin, or oil of lemon eucalyptus …; When is a mosquito bite more than an itchy nuisance?; Is Your Water Safe To Drink?; Water Down Dehydration; Regulating for Public Safety at Amusement Parks; Quiz: Burns- what to do?…

Issue 15 – Fireworks Safety
Fireworks Safety Tips: Do not plan to light the fireworks of your own even if fireworks are legal where you live. But, if you do, be sure to follow safety tips of fire chief Steve Rolader …; July 4th injury prevention means leaving fireworks to professionals; SafetyTV: Fireworks – Story of a Boy, Safety products; Safety news; Recalls…

SafetyIssues Newsletter, Issue 14
What is Energy Water? What are it’s functions? Computer Data Safety, how many times have you had to start over with your hard drive – putting all that important information back into the computer by hand if your hard drive did not lose the information entirely by failing? Protect Your College Student From Sexual Assault and more…

SafetyIssues Newsletter, Issue 13
Keep Your Knee Safe, your knee is a complicated mechanism that can be easily damaged; Student Safety, as the nation reels from the worst school shooting in United States history…; Good Hygiene For Your Baby, some methods to do that; Talk To Your Children About Terrorism; Choose A Safe Summer Camp; Small Radios Help Find Lost …

SafetyIssues Newsletter, Issue 12
Lead poisoning affects 3-4 million young children, where does lead come from; Keep your valuables safe at the airport; Buy online medical help carefully; Before you undergo surgery, here is what to ask your doctor; If your child has to be home alone, here are some ways to make the experience easier and safer. …

SafetyIssues Newsletter, Issue 11
Some medicals studies claim the right pet can improve your health; Does your doctor know you are taking that herbal medicine?; Avoiding Wildlife Conflicts; Canadian Web Sites Selling Dangerous Drugs; According to Planned Parenthood, one out of every four Americans will contract a STD during his or her lifetime. …

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