Are You Prepared To Be Isolated After A Major Earthquake?

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After a major earthquake, Southern California could be isolated for a great deal of time. There are estimates that suggest that isolation could last anywhere from 72 hours to weeks after the initial shock. In some cases it may be months! So the question we ask is, are you prepared… Continue reading

Pool Safety – Pets Drown Too!

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Last summer we got wind of a tragic story of a pet who drowned at a pool party after being let out from containment. Although this was an isolated incident, this type of situation happens all over the United States and we know that this is being under-reported. The dog… Continue reading

Lifeguard/Medics, Not Just For Pool Parties!

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In response to our aggressive marketing and public relations initiatives, many event professionals are realizing that lifeguard/medics are not just for pool parties. In fact lifeguard/medics can be utilized in other ways during the off season here in Southern California. Well, let’s face it…pool season is year round in Southern… Continue reading

Mermaid Tails – Friend or Foe?

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Water safety is a big concern, especially during the summer months here in Southern California. Hundreds of children in the United States die each year from drowning which is preventable, many of whom would have likely described themselves as strong swimmers. So should mermaid tails that could potentially increase the… Continue reading

Beach Safety – Rip Currents

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Rip currents are powerful, channeled currents of water flowing away from shore. They typically extend from the shoreline, through the surf zone, and past the line of breaking waves. Rip currents can occur in Southern California at any beach with breaking waves. Rip currents can be killers. The United States… Continue reading

Beach Safety – Stingrays & Jellyfish

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STINGRAYS Stingrays are not aggressive animals and are easily frightened. Unfortunately, they often bury themselves in the sand in shallow water for protection from predators. This is when they are most hazardous. If accidentally stepped on by a hapless wader, stingrays flip their tail, which has a barb at the… Continue reading