Safety and Security
At 12:55 today, December 17, 2017 there was a massive power outage at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. Imagine being inside, in the darkness with a whole bunch of confused people. This is why one of your everyday carry (EDC) items should be a flashlight. When traveling, you should carry two or three flashlights and extra batteries. […]
Your front door, or any entry into your home, needs to be secured as best as possible. You have valuables inside. No, I am not talking your computer or TVs. I’m talking about your loved ones, your husband, wife, daughter, son, grand kids, even your pets. They are all the most valuable things in your […]
As of late there has been much talk and videos regarding the wait times at many airports around the United States. Anytime you have a large number of people, gathered in tight quarters or long lines, the risk of civil unrest increases. Your risk of personal injury increases, even if it is just in the form of catching a cold or some other illness from all those strangers standing around you.
Severe weather could happen at any time. Most of us don’t think anything about those weather warnings because, let’s face it, most of the time it is just a bad storm, sure, there may be some leaves and small limbs blown down, maybe you are without power for a short period of time, but normally it is no bit deal
We live in troubled times, if you don’t think so just look what the people in Paris have gone through lately. So much can change in a second, be it a terrorist attack or something simple like an escalator stopping. What? Prudence, how can you include the attacks in Paris and an escalator stopping in […]
It has been nearly two years since I wrote a post on cell phone security, after multiple of recent incidents of people sharing their life issues on their cell phone while out in public, I decided it was time for a reminder. The most recent incident happened today. I was at a local business working […]