Safety During Winter Holidays

With the winter holidays here, who better to warn you about the lurking dangers and offer safety solutions than Haws™.

Holiday Safety Statistics (according to the National Fire Protection Agency)

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Safety Tips:

Additionally, the Haws Model 7620 AXION® eyePOD® is a convenient safety tool to keep in your home at all times in case of an emergency.  The eyePOD® is an eyewash that is easily mounted onto your faucet to provide a Medically Superior Response consistent with all EMT, emergency room and doctor office protocols by sweeping contaminants away from the vulnerable nasal cavity.  Find out more about the model 7620 and more Haws products by visiting the website at: https://www.hawsco.com.

Happy Holidays to all!

Post written by Hayden Del Dotto

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The Dummies’ Guide to Valentine’s Day

1. Kindle the Romance…Not Your Home
Valentine’s Day often plays host to candlelight, crackling fireplaces, and outdoor torches. These pose minimal risks when supervised, but they can quickly turn into huge conflagrations when left unattended. HouseMaster advises the following:

2. Protect Your Home
Romantic getaways are great way to say “I love you” this time of year; however, nothing will sour your mood faster than discovering your home has been broken into. Follow these simple security tips:

3. Keep The Chocolates to Yourself
Everyone knows that chocolate causes abnormally high heart rhythms in dogs, among other problems. But not everyone is aware that baking chocolate is especially toxic. While an M&M or two on Valentine’s Day may not do any harm, a dog or cat that snatches a large chunk of baking chocolate from the counter may end up in the ER. It is essential to keep ALL chocolates out of your pet’s reach. Yes, even that last raspberry-filled nugget from the assorted box of chocolates no one ever seems to want to eat.

 

Have a Happy and Safe Valentine’s Day from Haws!!

 

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