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How To Prevent Package Theft This Holiday Season (https://goo.gl/iZG5NI)

Online shopping is an easy way to knock out items on your Christmas list, but when your packages are delivered, you could potentially attract package thieves! To make sure that you receive all of your packages, we have a few simple tips that you can try today!

Before you finish your order, try to plan the shipping date for a time when you'll be home. If you're able to pick up your package a few moments after it's delivered, this will help tremendously!

If you know that you won't be home due to your work schedule, see if your company will let you ship the package to your office. This helps to prevent thieves from stealing your package, and once it arrives, you can keep it at your desk until you leave.

If you want to further protect your home, try installing a video doorbell. Video doorbells can give you a first-hand view of your front door so that you can keep an eye on your packages, and if a theft does occur, you can have proof of it if you choose to report it. TC Life Safety offers video doorbells, so check out our selection by visiting our website!

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Do You Know How To Properly Use A Fire Extinguisher? (https://goo.gl/Jwz2gM)

You may see fire extinguishers around your office, but do you know how to use them properly in case of an emergency?

It's important to learn how to properly use a fire extinguisher in case of an emergency at your office so that you can protect yourself, as well as those around you. Although you hope that you won't have to use this knowledge, it's better to be safe and learn how to use it! OSHA offers some great tips on how to use a fire extinguisher, so let's take a look at these tips:

• Pull the pin on the fire extinguisher to break the tamper seal.
• Aim the extinguisher nozzle at the base of the fire - Remember to avoid touching the plastic discharge horn since it is extremely cold and can hurt your skin.
• Squeeze the handle to release the extinguishing agent.
• Move the fire extinguisher from side to side until the fire has been put out.

Having this knowledge is important for fire safety protection, so make sure to educate others on this topic so that you can stay safe!

At TC Life Safety, we pride ourselves on offering top quality life and fire safety products, as well as top quality customer service. If you would like to learn more about our available products, then visit our website today!

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How To Prevent A Water Leak At Your Business (https://goo.gl/8UXmAJ)

A water leak can be quite a headache, so it's important to learn how to prevent water leaks so that you can keep your business running smoothly! This article from State Farm has some important water leak prevention tips to keep your business running, which can also save you money in the long run! Let's take a look at some of these tips:

• Make sure that you have an HVAC contractor come to your building regularly to clean your air conditioner pan drain lines.
• Have a professional roofing contractor come out to repair any damages on the roof of your building.
• Follow the maintenance instructions for equipment in your building to prevent any equipment leaks.
• Insulate your water pipes.
• Invest in a quality water detection system to alert you if there is a suspected water leak.

If you experience a water leak, it is important to call a plumber as soon as possible to repair the leak. Since you want to prevent damage, the sooner you call, the better!

At TC Life Safety, we offer high-quality water detection systems to keep your building safe. If you would like to learn more about our water detection systems, then please visit our website today.

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#lifesafety #firesafety #business
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Learn The Signs Of A Gas Leak (https://goo.gl/ao8H7Y)

A natural gas leak can have devastating effects on your home, which is why it is important to learn the signs of a natural gas leak to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Two important signs of a gas leak inside your home are the hissing sound and the distinct smell. When natural gas is delivered to your home an odor additive is added to the gas so that you can easily detect a leak. This smell is described as "rotten eggs," so if you smell it, then you could have a gas leak. You will also hear a hissing sound around the gas appliances in your home.

You will also notice some distinct signs outdoors if you have a gas leak. The leak can cause plants to be blown like a breeze, and it will eventually kill your plants. Since gas leaks can damage your home, it is crucial to call your gas company if you notice any of these signs so they can perform a thorough inspection.

At TC Life Safety, we pride ourselves on offering top quality life and fire safety products, as well as top quality customer service. If you would like to learn more about our available products, then visit our website today!

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The Dangers Of A Refrigerant Leak (https://goo.gl/qYdgqk)

Refrigerant is important for cold storage appliances, but if your appliance begins to lead refrigerant, this could pose a health risk for those around the appliances.

When there is a refrigerant leak, this can cause minor issues like skin irritation and dryness if there is low exposure. If there is a high exposure, then this can lead to shortness of breath and asphyxiation if it is inhaled.

Refrigerant leaks can also be dangerous to the environment, since it releases chemicals called hydrochlorofluorocarbons. These chemicals deplete the ozone layer, and they can also absorb into the soil and affect plants and animals.

If you find a refrigerant leak, is it crucial to contact an experienced technician to repair the leak as soon as possible. Not only can it be harmful to others, but it can also lead to costly repairs for your cold storage appliances, which is something that nobody wants to deal with.

In order to prevent health risks, it can be beneficial to invest in a good refrigerant detector. At TC Life Safety, we carry high-quality Macurco refrigerant detectors that can help to protect the safety of individuals. If you would like to learn more about these refrigerant detectors, then please visit our website.

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These Fire-Safe Habits Are Important To Practice (https://goo.gl/gZA8td)

Fire safety is an important thing to practice, especially with young children. While fires are something that you hope will never affect your home, you should still be prepared if one does. The American Red Cross has some excellent fire safety tips that you can practice with your family so that everyone can remain safe in the event of a fire.

• Keep items at least three feet away from anything that can get hot. This is crucial around this time of year, especially with Christmas decorations, as well as your Christmas tree.
• Talk to your children about the dangers of fires, and keep lighters and matches stored away so that they cannot reach them.
• Turn space heaters off every time you leave your home, and always remember to blow out lit candles when you leave.
• Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, as well as outside of every sleeping area.
• Contact an electrician to check the wiring in your home.
• Make sure to avoid an overloaded circuit, especially around this time of year since many homes are decorated with Christmas lights.

Do you have any other fire safety tips? If you do, let us know in the comments!

At TC Life Safety, we pride ourselves on offering top quality life and fire safety products, as well as top quality customer service. If you would like to learn more about our available products, then visit our website today!

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#firesafety #lifesafety #fire
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How To Prevent Christmas Tree Fires (https://goo.gl/GzNg5i)

Since Christmas is right around the corner, you've most likely decorated your tree with your family. But it's important to keep your tree safe so you can prevent potential house fires. This article from the National Fire Protection Association offers some great tips to help you stay safe during the holiday season. The NFPA offers the following safety tips:

• When choosing a tree, find one with fresh, green needles that don't fall off when you touch them.
• Before you place the tree on its stand, cut two inches from the base of the trunk.
• Make sure that your tree is three feet away from heat sources.
• Add water to your tree daily.
• Never use lit candles to decorate your tree.
• Always turn your Christmas lights out when you go to bed or leave your home.
• Remove your tree from your home after Christmas, since dried out trees are a fire hazard.

These fire safety tips are easy to follow, and they can help you safely enjoy the holiday season! Do you have any other holiday fire safety tips? If so, then please let us know in the comments!

At TC Life Safety, we pride ourselves on offering top quality life and fire safety products, as well as top quality customer service. If you would like to learn more about our available products, then visit our website today!

Click here to visit our website: https://goo.gl/iZG5NI

#firesafety #lifesafety #christmas #fire
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What To Do During A Winter Storm (https://goo.gl/A1kDCB)

We're beginning the season of potential winter storms, which could also impact your business operations. Since it's important to protect your employees and your daily operations, you should have an emergency weather plan in place so that you can still operate in extreme conditions. Here are some great tips from the Small Business Administration to help you stay safe during extreme weather.

You should always check the weather forecast for your area, since it may change within a few hours. You should also encourage your employees to do the same since they can also sign up for text alerts from your local weather station. If you receive an alert that the weather will become severe, then send your employees home. It's better to send your employees home before the weather becomes severe since you don't want them to become stuck at the office.

This is also a good time to safeguard your building by contacting your insurance agent, heating contractor, plumber, and building owner in case of an emergency. You should also prepare a plan on how to safeguard your important equipment like computers and telecommunication equipment so that you can avoid a freeze-up from the weather.

Do you have any other tips for protecting your business during a winter storm? If so, let us know in the comments section!

At TC Life Safety, we pride ourselves on offering top quality life and fire safety products, as well as top quality customer service. If you would like to learn more about our available products, then visit our website today!

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#lifesafety #firesafety #winter #business
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Where Should You Place Fire Extinguishers In Your Home? (https://goo.gl/jFaLrH)

Fire extinguishers are a crucial fire safety item, but it may be surprising to hear that some individuals don't have them in their home! If you're unsure about where to place fire extinguishers, this article from doityourself.com has a great list that you can follow to keep your home safe.

A good rule to follow is to always keep at least one fire extinguisher in your home in case of a house fire since the wintertime is known for them due to appliances like space heaters.

You should also place fire extinguishers in the kitchen, and next to the front and back exits in your home. If you want, you can also place one in your main hallway, since this is a central location and can be accessed quickly in an emergency. If your home has more than one floor, it's important to place additional fire extinguishers on each level.

Although some may think that it is unnecessary to have more than one fire extinguisher in your home, it's better to be fully prepared in case something happens that you didn't expect.

At TC Life Safety, we carry high-quality fire extinguishers, as well as other fire safety products to protect our customers. If you would like to view our selection of fire extinguishers, then visit our website here: https://goo.gl/nTQTPP

#firesafety #lifesafety #fire #homesafety
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