Category: Safety at home

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Many people in B.C. are going home after wildfire evacuations. Keep these tips in mind to make sure your transition home is as safe and smooth as possible.  Public safety officials are reaching out to evacuees returning home after being displaced by wildfires in B.C. It’s hard to imagine the emotional impact of seeing your […]

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Working in the heat? Floating on a lake? Packing your car for a road trip? Please read and share these summer safety tips and enjoy the season.  It’s official as of June 20: Summer has arrived! I’m planning to enjoy it and hope you are, too. Here are some summer safety tips I collected from […]

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Daylight Savings Time brings an extra hour of daylight — along with increased fatigue and some road safety issues you should be aware of.  Here in B.C., we turn the clocks ahead one hour at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 12. This marks the start of 2017 Daylight Savings Time, giving us an extra hour […]

Ski patroller / paramedic Megan Frawley with cute dogs.

Stay warm. Be visible at night. Take care climbing ladders. Don’t feed turkey bones to pets. Etc.

Some people plan ahead, while others go for last-minute Halloween costumes, but whatever your approach may be, it’s most important to stay safe.

The new school year is nearly here. Families with kids might be preoccupied with where to buy school supplies, what to pack for lunch, and how to get sleep back on schedule after summer holidays. But it’s also important to think about different aspects of safety — on the road and in the classroom — […]

Here in beautiful British Columbia, we have many ways to enjoy the season – and here are some tips to help you and your loved ones stay safe at work and play.

If you get sick, stay home – unlike the person who sneezed on me in the shoe section of Value Village.