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Spring Forward with Safety

  • Time to Change the Clocks


    daylight-savings-time.jpgDaylight Saving Time begins every year on the second Sunday in March. Clocks are set forward one hour, except in Hawaii and most of Arizona. This year, daylight saving time began on Sunday, March 13, 2016.

    When you change your clocks, be sure to check the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Batteries in smoke detectors should be replaced yearly.

    It's also a good time to review your family emergency plan, take unwanted or expired medicines to a prescription drop box and update your first aid kit. Take a look at our spring safety checklist here


    Getting the Urge to Clean?


    With the warm weather comes a desire to shine and polish your home. But did you know that 90% of poisonings occur in the home? When warning labels are ignored or chemicals fall into the wrong hands, disaster can occur. Learn what you can do to keep you family safe around poisons in the home.


    Window Safety


    With warmer temperatures arriving, it's important to practice window safety - especially in homes with young children. Learn about window safety, and Window Safety Week, which is the second full week in April.


  • Stay Safe Before, During & After a Flood

    ​Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Warmer weather, snow melting and heavy rains all increase the risk of flooding in the spring months.

    Flood Safety Tips
  • Have Fun Safely

    ​Outdoor activities are a great way to be active and stay in shape. Make sure you don't put an end to the fun because of an injury.

    Outdoor Safety Tips

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