Showing posts with label Security and Safety. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Security and Safety. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

GUEST POST: Must Have Stroller Accessories by Stella

There is no doubt that strollers are an essential part of any parent. If you are planning to travel, walk and move around places with your child/children there is no doubt that these strollers come in very handy and today they are becoming indispensable appliance for many parents. They go a long way in keeping the baby safe especially when parents have to traverse long distances. However, it has to be borne in mind that almost all accessories come only with bare minimum fixtures and fittings. Hence, it is important to have a clear understanding about some must have stroller accessories to make the best us of the appliances and get full value for money. 



The list is quite big, but we will try and have a look at the ones that are considered very important and essential. Car seat adapter is an important accessory that we must always keep in mind. The stroller must have adapters failing which it might be difficult to travel in a car. Each stroller needs a different type of adapter and therefore you should do some research and gather the right information so that you choose the ideal adapter.

It is quite possible that while on the move with your child on the stroller, you may need to talk on the mobile phone. Therefore, it is not a bad idea to have a mobile phone holder in the stroller that you are buying for your child. Many stroller makers also sell stroller organizers and these are also accessories worth having a look at. They help to store various things in the stroller in an efficient and scientific way. It helps stores important items like umbrellas, diapers, toys, etc. However these accessories should be light and should not add significantly to the weight of the strollers.

It is also important to go in for hangers in your strollers They are very useful for keeping small things like bags, grocery items, purses and so on. They come in handy and help you to move freely with your hands rather than trying to manage too many things at a time. Water bottles and snacks are also important items that you would like to carry when you are using a stroller. Hence you must look for snack and water bottle holders and have them affixed on your stroller for obvious reasons. The above is just a small list and there are many other accessories that could also be thought of.

 
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About the Author 

Stella loves writing about baby care products and safety, currently she is working as a guest post author for Double Stroller HQ.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

MTRCB Launches its 2015 TV and Film Infomercial

2015 marks the 30th year of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).  To kick off the celebration of its anniversary, MTRCB formally launched its new infomercial on 23 February 2015 at 2:00 p.m., MTRCB Building.  Directed by renowned film and television director Jose Javier “Joey” Reyes, Jr., DGPI and conceptualized by Mr. Erlito “Lilit” Reyes, the infomercial features actors-spouses Ryan and Judy Ann Agoncillo in a typical morning situation at home.  In such scene, their depicted child picks up a word from a TV feature and asks the elders in the house what it means.



The infomercial aims to challenge parents and responsible adults to be aware of the media content our children are exposed to, and to be mindful of the MTRCB’s classification ratings.  Parents are also reminded that the primary duty in guiding their children as to the media the latter see still rests in them.


 Details of the infomercial were discussed by Director Joey Reyes, Ryan and Judy Ann Agoncillo, Lilit Reyes and MTRCB Board Members Bibeth Orteza and Manet Dayrit, the latter being Co-Chairpersons of the Infomercial Committee.  

 
The launch was culminated by the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the TV Networks and theater operators to ensure showing of the infomercial and to continuously empower the general public towards discerning viewership and thus, among other objectives, inform parents as to the media and entertainment their children may see. 

The infomercial will be aired in all television networks and theaters nationwide starting 25 February 2015. 



Acknowledgement


Friday, March 14, 2014

Build the Defense Against Summer Season Fire Risks: Bosch Shares Proactive Tips for Fire Prevention and Safety

Manila, Philippines – As the warm weather ushers in the summer season, an anticipated increase in number of fire hazards also bears the need for greater precaution. With an annual record of over 9,000 fires nationwide, there is no better time to learn more about increasing every property’s line of safety than now.
                    
As the leading global supplier of security, safety and communications products, solutions and services, Bosch Security Systems urges Filipinos to remain vigilant and take a proactive approach in fire prevention and safety. In line with the National Fire Prevention Month, Bosch shares some tips to reduce the risk of fire in homes and offices.

Check the circuits
Among all potential causes of fire incidents across the country, electrical failures lead in number and pose the highest dangers and damage. With the regular use of technology in every home or office, electricity must become a top priority for risk management.

Bosch recommends ensuring that all electrical wirings are regularly checked by a licensed electrician. It is also important to avoid overloading outlets with multiple devices or appliances as the use of excessive power may trigger a short circuit. The public is also encouraged to refrain from using extension cords as permanent outlets as these may overheat and set off a fire.

Averting fire accidents begins with being a step ahead in safety. Be attentive to signs of defective electrical appliances and faulty wirings and do not hesitate nor delay in repairing them.


Safeguard your home
Similar to any type of property, houses are highly vulnerable to fires especially if irregularly examined for any fire hazads. 

Even the least used areas of every home such as the garden and garage are prone to fire accidents if left unkempt. It is ideal to regularly keep the house free of dried leaves, wood shavings and litter which may create household fires. Flammable liquids and other flammable items such as matches and lighters must also be stored properly and kept out of children’s reach.

The kitchen, where the stove and  most heating devices are stored, should be checked for any risks. Stoves must always be cleaned of flammable liquids or food residues and LPG tanks must be checked regularly for leaks.


Devise an emergency escape plan
Every household and office must have an emergency exit plan in case of a fire. All exits must be inspected and kept clear for the emergency path. Each member of the household or the workplace must understand the exit route and the meeting place outdoors, which should be a place with a safe distance away from the house or building.  It is important to have regular fire drills to test the plan and make necessary adjustments for optimal safety.

Small fires may be extinguished by using a non-flammable item to stifle the flame, such as a pot cover or a dampened towel. Although water is one of the most common fire deterrents, do not use it to extinguish fires caused by gasoline and other combustible fluids as these liquids do not mix may cause the fire to spread. In the event of any apparent danger, ensure that every person in the room or building has been evacuated.

Managing security measures leads the strong line of defense against fire accidents in every home and commercial area. Bosch is one with the Filipino community in celebrating the National Fire Prevention Month with a strengthened commitment to building safer cities today for generations to come.

For more information, log on to www.bosch.com.ph and follow Bosch Philippines on Twitter (@BoschPH).



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About Bosch Secuirty Systems

The Bosch division Security Systems is a leading global supplier of security, safety, and communications products, solutions and services. More than 12,100 associates generated sales of 1.5 billion euros in fiscal 2012. Protecting lives, buildings and assets is our aim. The product portfolio includes video surveillance, intrusion detection, fire detection and voice evacuation systems as well as access control and management systems. Professional audio and conference systems for communication of voice, sound and music complete the range. Bosch Security Systems develops and manufactures in its own plants across the world. Additional information can be accessed at www.boschsecurity.com.


About Bosch in the Philippines

Robert Bosch Inc. (Philippines) is a 100% subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany), one of the world’s largest privately owned industrial corporations. In the Philippines, Bosch is active in the businesses of Power Tools, Automotive Aftermarket, Automotive Original Equipment and Thermotechnology. Additionally, the Security Systems, Packaging Technology and Drive & Control Technology (Bosch Rexroth) divisions are represented through appointed local agents. In 2012, Bosch in the Philippines generated sales of USD 28.8 million (22 million euros) and employed about 200 associates. Today, Bosch continues to build its nationwide network of being a responsible provider of innovative and beneficial technologies to the Philippines. Additional information can be accessed at www.bosch.com.ph, http://twitter.com/BoschPH, and https://www.facebook.com/BoschPhilippines.



Acknowledgement 

Jinny Jacaria / Thea Geronimo

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Basic CPR and First Aid for Choking Adult and Child by DLSUMC at Baby & Family Expo Philippines 2013

As parents, it is our responsibility to keep ourselves and our families prepared in case of emergency. It is a must for us to learn Basic CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and First Aid for Choking Adults and Child because we would never know when they are needed.

Last December 8, 2013 (Sunday), De La Salle University Medical Center spearheaded a talk about Basic CPR and First Aid for Choking Adults and Child based on the Guidelines by the American Heart Association at the Baby & Family Expo Philippines 2013 as part of the event's series of talks and seminars given to guests and participants. I was fortunate to join this because I was able to refresh my memory of what I learned in my Emergency Nursing class four years ago. It was also a venue to learn about what's new in Basic CPR and First Aid if there's any.