The bus stop can be a dangerous place for children: bullies, speeding cars, and, electricity? That’s right, electrical dangers are everywhere! The things that seem like minor risks in the moment could end up being deadly. “Children are very impressionable from a young age, so it’s our duty as parents, grandparents or guardians to inform… Continue reading.
BY JULIE STROHMEIER College is the time where teens get a taste of what independence truly is. They are miles away from their parents who can’t tell them what to do and when to do it. That’s why it’s important to teach them important safety lesson ahead of time; electrical safety included. No matter what… Continue reading.
Teenage drivers can’t learn about electrical road hazards from experience. They need to learn about potential dangers before ever getting behind the wheel. For an inexperienced teenaged driver, wrecking the family car is almost a rite of passage. The only way for young drivers to gain experience is by getting behind the wheel and putting… Continue reading.
Building independence is a key part of every child’s development. Since parents won’t always be there to tell their children what’s safe and what’s not, helping them learn how to make safe decisions for themselves, especially when it comes to electrical safety, is vital. Summertime — before the kids go back to school — is… Continue reading.