GHS Safety Tip #4:
See your kids get home from school before you get there with 24/7 Remote Access
Use GHS’ 24/7 Remote Access smartphone App to find out when:
- The kids get home from school.
- The housekeeper arrives and leaves.
- The dog walker comes (or forgets to!).
- A water leak erupts in the laundry room.
- The garage door is left open for too long.
- The liquor cabinet or medicine cabinet opens.
- The pool gate is left open.
- A safe or a sensitive cabinet is compromised.
- A temperature (or thermostat) setting is changed.
With GHS, you’ll also have immediate knowledge when someone enters or leaves your home, logs into your account, or if your system is disarmed and by whom.
Sign up today with GHS or call us at 855-447-4961!
Back-to-School Safety Checklist
According to the National Safety Council (NSC), the safety precautions and other information below should be carefully heeded and shared with other family members in order for parents to keep their children as safe as possible in the coming school year. For more tips, videos, and other important safety information, visit the NSC’s website on Back-t0-School Safety, here.
Back-to-School Safety Checklist – Use this checklist to review important safety procedures to make sure your children are fully prepared for the school year.
Social Media Posts – Help promote back to school safety on your social media channels.
Traveling to School Safely – Whether children walk, ride their bicycle or take the bus to school, it is extremely important that they take proper safety precautions.
Back to School: Safety Tips for Motorists – Not just parents, but all motorists, need to know how to safely share the road with school buses, pedestrians and bicyclists.
Teen Driving Safety – The back-to-school season is a great time to learn about Graduated Driver Licensing and what practices will work best for your family. Parents can also find more information to help their teen drivers at driveithome.org.
Playground Safety – Every year more than 200,000 children visit hospital emergency rooms because of playground injuries, many of which could have been prevented.
Backpack Safety – Overloaded backpacks continue to cause injuries, including bruises, sprains and strains to the back and shoulder and fractures.
Preventing Bullying – Every adult plays an important role in addressing bullying and making schools a safe and respectful place for all children.