Teaneck, NJ, November 03, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- New to the safety world, GettingSafer brings to the Internet a unique free service based on the topics in the book "Lifeline –The Guide to Life Protection" by Richard Watson.
Focused exclusively on personal safety, visitors discover useful accident prevention tasks; how to prepare for emergencies; be safer at home or travelling; improve financial, health and legal understanding; participate in better neighborhood safety, and much more.
Even with insurance, flood, fire, severe weather and other tragic situations can leave families with heartbreaking losses. GettingSafer addresses these issues too, and describes steps that can be taken to avoid becoming a victim.
There’s no doubt that, taking location and circumstances into account, when plans are made and activities practiced, risks to property and life can be drastically reduced or eliminated.
Getting safer is a vital exercise that applies to newborns, students, the newly married, couples with children and the elderly; all need safety measures.
But, although most people are interested in becoming safer, few take the time to fully research all that would be required to create a safety road map.
GettingSafer demonstrates that real personal safety requires knowledge, beyond the common safety rules before we cross the road, and devoting a few minutes now and then searching the internet won’t do it either.
As GettingSafer addresses each topic, visitors will:
* Understand why specific knowledge and practiced safety activities can be a significant advantage.
* Be able to imagine themselves in a given situation and how to act.
While there are many sites and books providing safety advice, Watson’s book gives new - and much broader - meaning to the term “life protection.”
For that reason alone, Watson has founded GettingSafer.
GettingSafer supports MC-LEF.