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In urban areas, many of us follow a daily ritual of hopping on a bus, catching a cab or boarding a train. When these activities become routine, we have a tendency to get comfortable. We may forget all about the importance of personal safety. After all, you do this every day and nothing bad has happened yet. Well, all it takes is a few seconds and an unforeseen danger can change the rest of your life!
Being on a college campus is fun, but it's easy to gain a false sense of security when surrounded by your peers. After all, they're just honest students like you, right? Wrong. It's important to acknowledge and remember that you don't always know who you can trust, even when you're in the college campus.
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Most parents feel a mixture of trepidation and excitement when their children start school. The anxiety is only heightened when young kids must start travelling to school by bus. While your fears may never be completely allayed it helps tremendously to be aware of some safety strategies and practices to protect your child.
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Few of us spare much thought to workplace safety, and this can cost us heavily in case of an emergency. No matter what your job, it is important to take steps that reduce your risks of injury and illness at work.
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Nothing can beat the convenience of online shopping, but even if you're far removed from the madding crowd, it doesn't mean that there are no wily eyes on you, waiting for a chance to relieve you of your hard-earned money.
Every country has an anti-terrorism policy in place, but what can you as an ordinary citizen do to prevent or protect yourself in a terror strike? We find that preparation and awareness can go some way in improving your chances of preventing or surviving a terror attack. With World Anti-Terrorism Day having been observed this May, it's a good time to spare some thought to the subject. Here's our list of must-know safety tips.