Exercising outside after dark can be a safety hazard. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 80% of pedestrian traffic fatalities occur at night or in low-light conditions. […]
Paying attention to your surroundings and being situationally aware extends beyond your immediate environment. During a recent trip, we chose to stay at a hotel in a “safe” downtown area. […]
As we all know, the world has changed drastically in the last few years, with the pandemic, economic instability, global tensions, rising fuel and food prices. The Americans are feeling […]
Traveling and being away from the comforts of your own home doesn’t have to make you feel uneasy, especially when it comes to staying in a hotel where people are […]
Bites, Stings and Creepy Things Situational Awareness also includes being on the lookout for environmental dangers. Stinging insects send over 500,000 people to the emergency room each. Each spring we […]
Increased Jugging Crime Trends When we read or watch the news reports, the statistics tell us that Jugging Crimes are on the rise; and everyone is a potential target. People must […]
We can’t always avoid danger. It would be great if we could, but unfortunately when it comes to our personal safety there are many things out of our control. For […]
When a loved one tells us that they are going on a trip, our response is usually, “safe travels”. We expect them to reach their destination safely and return home unscathed.
Have you ever been followed? I have, but I was prepared. You can be prepared, too. Whether you are running, shopping, or driving, would you notice if someone was watching you? What would you do if you believed someone was following you?
Situational awareness is your first line of self-defense. This article provides 10 tips to improve situational awareness