As more people begin barbecuing burgers, steaks, and kabobs, there’s an increased risk of injury and fire damage. To keep you and your loved ones safe this grilling season, follow these fire safety tips!
More fires are reported on July 4th than any other day of the year... So, as you prepare to celebrate our nation’s independence by enjoying the nice warm weather, boating, barbecuing, or enjoying some fireworks you also need to prepare for fire safety.
Do you love boating? Here are some tips on how to be safe while you have fun offshore!
Here at AKE Safety Equipment, we love our sales representatives. They’re the face of the company and generally all around amazing. We want every company to have the same amazing skills as our sales representatives have. Here are some very useful points that can make any sales team successful brought to you from Sales Force: 1
Going camping and building campfires are enjoyable activities, but it is important to make sure that you are building and maintaining campfires safely. According to the National Interagency Fire Center, more than 90% of wildfires are caused by humans. Wildfires are often started by campers who are unable to control campfires.
The Fourth of July is this Tuesday. It will be a weekend of picnics with friends and family, parades and fireworks demonstrations to celebrate our country’s independence. This holiday is always a lot of fun, but it can also be very dangerous due to mishandling and misuse of fireworks.