Safety precautions for everyday life.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Phaytea’s Pulse is participating in the #AtoZChallenge for 2017. The Theme is ‘Awakening of Self’ and ‘Safety Precautions for everyday Life’ is our entry for letter S. The theme focuses on character traits that will gear us towards Meaningful Living and will run for 26 days in April except sundays. Please stop by the blog everyday for subsequent posts as we read the 26 letters of the alphabet together. Enjoy!!☺☺

What precautions do you take or put in place to live a safe life?

Safety is everyone’s business and should not just be left for the lawmakers, firemen and policemen.

Safety precautions helps us avoid danger, risk or injury or even accept a certain level of risk that can be managed.

The idea is to put in effort to control hazards so that we can remain safe.

Living a meaningful life involves being safety conscious as this is not only helpful to you, but also helpful to the environment.
There are lots of safety precautions we can turn into habits.

Safety

Personally, I think I am obsessed with checking expiry dates. Once I pick an item from the shelf, I first check the expiry. I will share some other safety precautions we can inculcate into our everyday life.

  1. Always check the expiry date of a product.
  2. Do not self medicate.
  3. Try not to talk while eating.
  4. Always make sure someone is aware of your destination if you have to go out.
  5. Keep the kitchen door closed if you have kids in the house.
  6. Conversations over the mobile isn’t meant for public consumption. Keep it low.
  7. Avoid electrical appliances if your hands are wet.
  8. I always ensure i have call credit before going to bed.
  9. I clean inside my shoes before sliding my feet in.
  10. Online, try not to divulge too much information to a stranger.
  11. Driving, have kids sit at the back with seat belt fastened.
  12. Do not forget your key in the ignition or door keyhole.
  13. Always be alert.
  14. Have the ‘do not talk to or follow strangers’ conversation with your kids.
  15. Do not leave you drinks or bag unattended in public places.

Permit me to borrow our safety slogan at work:

Safety is everyone’s business especially yours .

Be proactive, safety conscious and alert.

Please share your thoughts if you take safety seriously.

Do you have any safety precaution you personally cannot overlook?

Love, Peace and Cupcakes

Phaytea😚😚😚

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27 Comments Add yours

  1. Amazing article with useful safety titbits. 🙂

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    1. Thank you for reading Sheetal ☺

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      1. Pleasure is mine.😊

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  2. Melissa Jellie says:

    Good safety tips! I follow some of these already but definitely some more to add to the list.

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    1. Thank you for reading Melissa☺☺

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  3. NIKI says:

    That is a great post for my mum! Especially the “do not self medicate” part! 😛 xx

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    1. Hi Niki, sometimes we just take the risk hoping nothing goes wrong…Thank you for reading☺☺

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  4. If I ever see someone’s key left in their door I always knock on the door to tell them!

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    1. That’s a nice gesture hayley…Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts ☺☺

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  5. nykki1126 says:

    I have so much anxiety that I always do most of these things. Everything scares me, so I’ll do anything to be more safe!

    I think we should add more driving things to this list. People are so crazy on the roads for no reason!!

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    1. Hi hi…I know right….I get that way sometimes…Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts….I’ll update list in a bit ☺☺

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  6. PrachiJ says:

    Nice Read! Thank You! 🙂

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    1. Thank you PrachiJ ☺

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  7. Jasmin N says:

    These are all something that are supposed to be common sense 😀 or well, here in Finland most of those things are you know, everyone knows them. Although, one part did catch my eye – don’t leave the kitchen door open when you’re having kids in the house. Why? 😀 yeah, there are knives and all but why you should keep them in a place where they can reach? 😀

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    1. Haha…you’ll be suprised that ‘common’ sense isn’t all that ‘common’… and well, leave the kitchen door open if you are really sure there isn’t anything unsafe they can reach 😉😉…Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts Jasmin☺☺

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      1. Jasmin N says:

        Yeah well, that certainly is true😌✌️ I was just amused!

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  8. Good list. Some of these are easy and some aren’t; we have to be self-conscious to practice these. So many safe precautions to abide with as they prevent us from costly mistakes. I enjoyed this post as usual 🙂 Thank you, lovely xx

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  9. Hi dear…I know right…it’s the little things we think don’t matter that can get us into dangerous situations…Thank you for reading dear

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  10. Annika says:

    Great reminder of easy things to do to stay safe. We all get a bit lax sometimes when it comes to taking safety measures so this is helpful.

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  11. Oh wow. You really seem to think safety a lot. I usually do about all of those things but haven’t ever paid that much attention to them. Good post though, thank you. 🙂

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  12. helenevlacho says:

    So many useful safety tips! We tend to forget some of them as our everyday life is full of obligations and tasks. Thank you for remind them to us!

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  13. Natalya says:

    Great post! I already try to follow as many of these as possible, these tips are a good reminder though. Always important to stay safe!

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  14. Yuen Mi says:

    Good point. I really should stop eating and walking.

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  15. Ravi says:

    You are right. Safety is always first. Good points to note.

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  16. Cheila says:

    Wow, you’re a really careful person. I love that. I have a few! I never leave my house keys on the door, inside, because someone can broke the window and open the door; I always turn off the gas before bed; I try to remember not to lock the door when I shower because I might fall or feel sick and need help; Those are just some examples!! Great article. I will from now on follow some of your recommendations!! xx

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  17. oindrila98 says:

    I’m sure most of the people fail to follow these things. Glad you put up everything here in this post. 🙂

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