Below you'll find a list of all posts that have been categorized as "PSA (Public Safety Announcement)"
Think Your Key Can’t Be Copied? Think Again.
The digital revolution has permanently altered a number of different industries, many of which are struggling to find their footing in this new era where regular people can use digital tools to make just about anything. One such industry is key making, which is suffering somewhat of an identity crisis due to new digital technologies that are threatening its very…
The 5 Worst Places to Hide a Key
A spare key can come in handy if you happen to misplace your regular keys, but a poorly hidden spare key can turn into a security hazard. With that in mind, below are some of the absolute worst places to hide your spare key; avoid these all-too-apparent locations at all costs. 1. Under the doormat. This spot has to be…
A Proactive Approach to Safety in the Classroom
It’s time for another school year and, just like every year, safety is the number one priority of schools across the country. Superintendents and principals are constantly searching for an extra layer of security and safety within the classroom. From preventing tripping to possibly preventing a tragedy—we’re here to help with a list of classroom safety tips. But before we…
Lock Bumping: A National Threat?
Just because your door is locked doesn’t mean your home is safe. In fact, if you have traditional pin-tumbler locks in your home, then you could be at an increased risk for home invasion or burglary, says the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC). A technique called “lock bumping” allows criminals to quickly and quietly bypass pin-tumbler lock using tools that…
Booze and House Keys Don’t Mix Either
We've all seen the public service announcements where friends never let a friend drive drunk, or the teenager's pal who grabs the car keys from them as they head out the door, but what we've never seen, is a concerted effort to make the public aware of the dangers, misery, embarrassment, and frustration that can result from getting locked out…
Time Change and a Lock Change
Falling back is fine for getting an extra hour of sleep, but it causes darkness to descend on us before most of us sit down for dinner. In parts of the Eastern U.S. sundown comes as early as the late afternoon hours. While mostly an afterthought a couple days beyond this semi-annual ritual, many families are taking advantage of this…