Being Safe at Home
1. Keep a first aid kit handy.
- Clean bandages and Gauze
- Isopropyl Alcohol and Hydrogen Peroxide
- OTC painkillers
- Antibacterial ointment
- Surgical tape
2. Keep emergency supplies well stocked.
In any kinds of emergencies, we want to be prepared at all cost. And a safe home should have the following things that is stored in a safe place, in case that you need them:
- Batteries and flashlights
- Needles and thread
- Lots of water
- Canned goods
- Matches and lighters
3. Protect your home against the risk of fire.
- Install smoke detectors and test them regularly
- Unplug electrical devices that are not in use and make sure your wiring is up to date.
- Develop an escape plan and practice the drill with your family.
- Keep a fire extinguisher at home, and keep it updated.
4. Invest in disaster insurance
Natural disasters like storms and floods can ruin your ability to lead a happy life. If you want to secure your future life against natural disasters, it is worth the investment now.
Being Safe at Night
1. Carry a cellphone.
- Keep a maintaining load balance for emergency events.
2. Travel in groups.
- If you must walk alone, just stick to well-lit areas, and avoid passing through the dark areas.
- Call someone to let them know your travel plans.
- If you go out to a party with your drinking buddies, make sure you get rides figured out before it gets late.
3. Let people know when you're going.
4. Learn to defend yourself
- Avoid physical confrontations as you can.
- The best way to win a fight is to avoid it.