America has a history of 250 years of violence in schools where 297 people have been killed in 137 fatal school shootings. What have we learned from them and the major components for creating a safe school climate are presented in an interesting infographic.
This illustration, put together by Background Checks, identifies eight potentially life-threatening situations that you face in daily life–both online and offline. It explores common decisions such as selecting safe neighborhoods, dating online, choosing roommates, staffing your business and a few others that are often overlooked.
Once your baby learns to crawl your home can become a dangerous place. Follow this infographic from MoneySupermarket to keep baby safe. Remember to baby-proof the outside of your home as well.
In these days parents are under huge pressure in terms of kids’ safety. The point is that world goes online and children are involved in a lot of Web activities. That’s why providing major tips on how to behave online and offline is very important task for parents and teachers. This infographic from mSpy shows the main rules for kids to follow and will help them avoid danger.
PishPoshBaby has created the following infographic about baby safety, at home and elsewhere. Anyone who has a baby can learn many useful things from this guide to important baby safety information.
As a tribute to January being National Bath Safety Month, Safe Step Walk-In Tub has created an infographic that highlights some of the most common issues and dangers associated with bathing. The wrong bathroom conditions can lead to dangerous falls and other complications, and Safe Step is determined to educate consumers and provide solutions for preventing dangerous bathroom situations.
Did you know the likelihood of a severe head injury is higher on a traditional trampoline than in a car crash? Each year over 105,000 kids are sent to hospital because of traditional trampolines – and that’s just in the USA. Learn more about the risk of head injuries caused by traditional trampolines and why Springfree Trampolines are a safe alternative.
If you live in the suburbs you might think you are less likely to get burglarized, unfortunately that’s not the case. Homes in the suburbs are 1.5 times more likely to be broken into. So how do you protect your home and family from a break-in? You think like a burglar. Knowing what burglars are looking for and how they break-in can help you safe guard your home.
Atlas Van Lines is spreading the word on driving laws concerning distracted driving and passenger safety. Moving from one state to another adds extra details to consider, and in an effort to keep drivers and passengers safe on the road, here’s an infographic sharing state driving laws.
Riding a motorcycle can be much more dangerous than driving a car. You’re not protected by four sides of steel and you don’t weigh 2,000 pounds. Drivers can often miss you and end up colliding with you if you’re not careful. The following infographic can give you a number of good ideas that will help you keep yourself safe by becoming a smart motorcycle rider and avoiding the most common causes of motorcycle accidents.