Home Safety

The real safety of a human being starts at home. It is in fact a daily responsibility and it requires such attention as well. There are 7 basic areas where the safety precaution of an individual should be taken care of:


Kitchen is filled with most hazardous materials in the house but mostly we ignore that as we take it for granted that they are only harmful if someone wants it to be.

There are wires and cords of the appliances lying around, spills from the cooked food on the floor or the platform. An irregular display of knives, scissors, sharp objects and poisons on the shelf or platform. And lastly flammable stove and heavy utensils.

Here’s our go to guide to taking safety precautions in the kitchen:

  • Keep all the knives, scissors and sharp objects in a lockable cupboard.
  • Shut the cupboards and drawers if any.
  • Keep the heavy utensils at the lowest area/ cupboard possible.
  • Always turn off the gas stove after use.
  • Clean up the spills immediately after cooking to avoid getting slipped on it.

Bathroom safety:

Bathroom are the easiest place of hazardous incidents if proper precautions are not taken with time.

There are possible incidents of slipping in the bathroom which mostly seems like an obvious situation. An irregular cleaning of bathroom floors can make it more slippery. Inattention towards the temperature of the water can cause sudden burns on the skin. An irresponsible placement of an electric wire near the water sprouts can cause electrical shock and burns and most probably death.

Here’s our go to guide to take safety precautions in the bathroom:

  • Always empty the water in the bucket or the bath after taking bath.
  • Keep towels near your reach after taking a shower to avoid wet floors.
  • Have non-slippery mats in and next to the shower baths.
  • Check the temperature of the water drops coming from the tap before showering it on your skin.
  • Regularly wash the bathroom floors each week in order to avoid excess slipperiness.


Outdoor or the driveway of the house can be hazardous sometimes.

Whether it is a day or a night, safety of an individual in an outdoor porch should not be ignored. Incidents like slippery floors due to rain, ignorance while parking your car can be dangerous for any individual.

Here’s our go to guide to take safety precautions in outdoors:

  • Remove and cut dead and excessive leaves and shrubs so that the driveway path can be free from moss. And also the pathway can be visible.
  • Always use non- slippery paint to prevent from slipping in the pathways or the stairs nearby.
  • Always ensure that children are not in the driveways or pathways when using the car, as it can lead to hazardous accident.


Falls from the stairs are one of the leading cause of deaths and fatalities. Children, toddlers and the elderly are most affected by the fall from the stairs. Most of the fatalities include broken bones, especially when it comes to elderly people.

Here’s our go to guide to take safety precautions while using stairs:

  • Always use the handrail.
  • If possible then adjust the lighting so that you can clearly see the steps of the stairs.
  • Always use stairs in a calm manner.
  • If you are carrying anything especially when it is more, up or down the stairs then consider taking more than one trip. So that you can see
  • the stairs.
  • Never spill drinks or always clean it if accidentally spilled any form of drink.

Although there are many more situations that can be hazardous to any individual but these four areas or situations can be very hazardous and common in terms of accidents. A proper review on the safety precautions in these areas can clearly lead to a safer home environment.


Balconies are a great place to relax, take a breeze right from your room and enjoy the nature or the hustle and bustle of the city from your home. But balconies can be dangerous too, there are a few points that need to be kept in mind while around balconies.

  • Never stand on balcony furniture.
  • Never sit or lean over a balcony rail.
  • Don’t try and pass items to someone on another balcony.
  • Don’t jump or climb from one balcony to another.
  • Never jump into a pool from a balcony.
  • If it’s a bright sunny day or dark, it can be hard to see if a glass balcony door is open or closed so be careful not to walk into it.

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