Use Daylight Savings End as a Safety Reminder

IMAGE: Horologe. Clock machine in Museum of life in Burgundy, Dijon, France. An assortment of old metal gears ranging in size from several feet across to several inches operate a small white dingy clock with black handles. The face is not encased.(Wiki Media)

Here are some important things to do when Daylight Savings Time begins and ends:

1. Check your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detectors.

2. Go through all prescribed and over the counter medications, and vitamins or other supplements. Safely dispose of those that are expired.

3. Review your emergency plans for storms, fires, earthquakes, floods, or any medical emergencies.

4. Review and replenish your first aid kit.

It’s better to be prepared then caught unaware. Please share any tips you have in the comments.

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