Stay Safe with Our Personal and Home Safety Products
One of the most important skills any person could ever learn is self-defense. It’s time to find the confidence you need to feel safe in any situation you may encounter. Our collection of personal and home safety products will empower you and help you to use the strength you have within. Let our self-defense supplies give you the strength to act!
Product Category Facts
General product descriptions to help you consider which products may be best suited for you or for those you are considering a gift.
Pepper Spray section:
Feel safer in your surroundings when you carry one of our pepper sprays, you can feel more in control if you’re approached.
Taser - Stun Guns:
Protect yourself – Don’t rely on others to come to your rescue. Protect yourself with one of our Tasers or Stun Guns.
SafeFamilyLife Pool Alarms:
Drowning in Florida is the leading cause of death in children under 5. Protect your little ones with a Pool Alarm.
Best place to hide your valuables in plain sight!
Your Safety is Our Concern…….
Listed below are some safety tips and suggestions to help you and your family stay safe.
Home Safety Tips:
- Don’t open your house door without knowing who is on the other side.
- Don’t put your name on your apartment buzzer. If you’re expecting guests, just let them know which number to push. This way, only people who know you know exactly where you live.
- Don’t leave things lying around the yard that someone could use to access your home, example ladders.
- Keep the bushes around your house trimmed so that someone doesn’t have a place to hide. Plant thorny bushes under first floor windows.
- If you have a garage door opener in your car, keep it out of sight when you park in the driveway. Keep door leading from garage to main house locked.
- Use wooden dowels in your sliding doors and windows.
- Watch your use of social media.
- Trust your gut-if something doesn’t feel right, it usually isn’t.
Personal Safety Tips:
- Always, always be aware of your surroundings.
- Limit your distractions, unnecessary talking/texting on cell phones.
- Make eye contact with approaching people, letting them know you see them.
- Walk with purpose. Don’t appear to be an easy target.
- If walking by yourself, hold your cell phone and be ready to make an emergency call. Many phones now have a button on the screen to dial 911 immediately. Go one step further and preset one of the buttons on your phone to call the emergency number.
- Look underneath your car before approaching it in a parking garage or lot at night. Check back seats prior to entering car.
- Lock your doors as soon as you get into your car.
- If you return to your car and see that a van is parked right next to the driver’s side, enter through the passenger side. Predators often use vans and will disguise it as a family car, even using “Baby on Board” decals.
- Vary your routine, times leaving and routes.
Real Estate Agents, How do you protect yourself during a property showing?
- Be in charge. Pre-program 911 in phone.
- Take two seconds to pause and look around as you enter your destination.
- Don’t get parked-in.
- Have your excuse ready.
- Agree on an office distress code. Keep track of colleagues-Check In.
- Bring up the rear-don’t leave a client in your blind site.
- Don’t agree to a private showing unless you’ve already met a client in your office.
- Have clients complete an information form (name, copy of driver’s license, vehicle information).
- Identify each of a home’s exits prior to a showing. Keep exit doors unlocked.
- Take a self-defense class. Carry a personal protection
- Add a safety topic/concerns to your staff meeting agenda
- Non-invasive/non-threatening/non-offensive to clients.
- Functions and appears as a bright 120 lumen LED flashlight. Assisting if power is discontinued in residence or to highlight specific features. Additional feature is easily activated to a 15M volt 4.7 amp stun gun for your personal safety.
BE SMART, BE SAFE, BE PREPARED…..
See our ad in the National Association of Realtors-Realtors Magazine