An estimated 245 people die from unintentional injuries in homes and communities. One way to stay safe is to get trained in first aid, CPR, and AED online or in a classroom. Check to ensure your batteries are always good in your smoke and carbon monoxide detector. Toss out any expired medications, and so forth. The following collection of home safety slogans are from schools and and business websites that focus on the general care and safety precautions for individuals to follow.
Better to lock out than luck out.
Do not park in the safe walkway.
Don’t be safety blinded, be safety minded.
Don’t test gravity, wear your fall protection.
If you think safety is expensive, try ignorance.
It hurts to be unsafe.
Its easier to ask a dumb question than it is to fix a dumb mistake.
Just because you did it that way, doesn’t make it right.
Keep safety in mind, it will save your behind.
Learn from others mistakes, don’t have others learn from you.
Leave firework displays to the professionals.
Lifting’s a breeze when you bend at the knees.
Make safety a part of your work.
Mowing and drinking doesn’t cut it.
Never forget about safety.
One bad day at the grinder could ruin your whole life.
Organ done, a person who doesn’t wear his or her helmet.
Pencils have erasers, mishaps don’t.
Remember safety is not a job, its a way of life.
Safe actions bring lasting satisfaction.
Safety – a good friend to take home.
Safety – Live with it.
Safety has no time out.
Safety is a cheap and effective insurance policy.
Safety is a full time job, don’t make it a part time practice.
Safety is as simple as ABC…Always Be Careful.
Safety is like a lock – But you are the key.
Shortcuts cut life short.
Stay alert, don’t get hurt.
Success is no accident.
The best car safety device is a rear view mirror with a cop in it.
The chance taker is the accident maker.
Time runs out on luck. Do the job the safe way.
Use your eyes, don’t lose them.
When in doubt get out.
When you gamble with safety you bet your life.
You can never over do Safety.
Your personal safety depends on you.
An average 1 in every 3 Americans have been affected by an emergency situation however 1 in 5 Americans say they are not prepared due to not knowing how to plan for an emergency. Only 8% of Americans are full prepared for an emergency situation. The following infographic outlines the current state of home safety in the United States.