By Joe Messa
After a cold and snowy winter, Spring is FINALLY upon us. Blistery winds and icy roads are soon to be replaced with warm sunshine and the smell of fresh cut grass. Color and life will return to our gardens and parks, and the cheerful sounds of children playing will return to our streets. During this exciting transition from Winter to Summer, the National Safety Council (NSC) offers a few reminders to help us “Spring Forward with Safety.”
Those who practice Spring Cleaning would be smart to follow these easy tips from the NSC;
Because spring breezes are so pleasant, it’s very common for windows and doors to remain open during the day. The NSC offers tips on Window Safety to ensure that you and your family remain unharmed around open windows. According to a 2015 report by SafeKids.org, eight children under the age of five die from falling out of a window each year. In order to prevent this kind of tragedy in your home, follow the NSC’s simple window safety tips.
The National Safety Council has much information to offer when it comes to keeping your family safe throughout the year. Visit their website at www.NSC.org for more information. HAPPY SPRING!
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Joseph L. Messa, Jr. is the founding partner of Messa & Associates, P.C. He is an AV-rated attorney (highest rating available), listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Read More