As winter storms approach, we’d like to remind you to prepare ahead of time in order to stay safe at home and on the road. From checking your smoke alarms, to preparing for power outages and more, the Seattle Fire Department has some timely tips and advice for staying safe and warm during this upcoming…

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Workplace safety

In this time of COVID concerns, we’re all thinking about safety. However, there are other safety concerns to keep in mind at work as well. Every seven seconds, an American is injured in the workplace. This is unfortunate — but what’s even more unfortunate is the fact that the accidents, hazards and other dangers that lead to workplace injuries are largely preventable. As an employer, you can do your part by implementing and following these basic workplace safety protocols. 

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Thanksgiving is upon us, and that means the holidays are officially on. It’s time to talk about ways to keep your home safe for the holidays, and the ways you can work alongside your security system to accomplish that goal.

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Home Safety Tips for National Fire Prevention Week

President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed National Fire Prevention Week to commemorate the devastating Great Chicago Fire. The Great Chicago Fire burned roughly 3.3 square miles, killing about 300 people and leaving more than 100,000 people homeless. So that nothing this horrific ever happens again, we focus on making homes safe and preventing residential fires.

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Block parties, barbeques, and pool time… summer is all about the fun! Because we spend more time enjoying time away and more time outdoors during the summer months, the number of burglaries and outdoor related injuries also increases. We here at Guardian Security want to help you make all of your summer memories good ones…

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March is Poison Prevention Month, and that means it’s time to talk about carbon monoxide, otherwise known as CO – a dangerous poison that is odorless and colorless, keeping families in completely in the dark about its presence until it’s too late.

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