Posts Categorized: Safety Awareness

Food Safety: Making the Right Choices

A lot of Californians don’t realize that getting food poisoning is much more common than it should be. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die from foodborne diseases. Those who are particularly…

Pet Health: Vaccinations

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As a pet owner, pet health is always a top priority. With that in mind, vaccinations are an important part of keeping your pet healthy and safe from disease. Vaccinations help prepare your pet’s immune system to fight off infections and diseases and are an important part of preventative healthcare for animals. It’s important to…

Brake Safety: Things to Know

Brake Safety

Almost everyone in California drives a car. There are over 27 million licensed drivers in California, which is by far and away the most in any state. However, many drivers take their cars for granted, meaning that they don’t get their cars checked as often as they should. For example, few drivers worry about their…

Travel Safety: Trips Outside the US

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After two years of being locked inside, many Californians are planning to travel this summer. If you plan to travel, keeping travel safety in mind is crucial, especially since the pandemic hasn’t ended yet. As such, you should do everything you can to mitigate potential risks so that you can enjoy a safe trip outside…

5 Quick Facts About Drowning

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Summer is finally here, which means that residents throughout California will be heading to the beach soon if they haven’t already. However, if you are planning an upcoming beach trip, it’s important that you take every precaution you can to keep you and your family safe, especially if you’re going to go for a swim.…