Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is just around the corner.  To help make sure everyone stays safe we have compiled a list of Halloween safety tips. Rules for Children Do not eat any treats or candy until they have been examined by an adult Trick or treat with a group and make sure to take an adult with you Never enter the home of someone you don’t know Only trick or treat at homes where you know the owners – only trick or treat

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How to Create an Emergency Escape Plan

Every home needs an emergency (fire/earthquake) escape plan.  Here are the steps to create a plan: Step 1 – Draw a map of your house.  You can use a computer – aided drawing program or pencil and paper.  Graph paper is easier to use than plain computer paper.  Draw a map of your house that includes every room.  The drawing does not need to be to scale but does need to include all doors, windows and stairs. Step 2 – Walk

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Security Systems for San Francisco Residents, Businesses, Healthcare, Educational and Government Clients

All-Guard Systems, a leader Northern California security monitoring solutions since 1952, has the security systems in San Francisco that you need for residential, commercial, government, educational, healthcare or institutional monitoring.  With a wide range of equipment options, All-Guard meets the needs of all customers and clientele. So, how can All-Guard Systems meet your residential security monitoring requirements? All-Guard’s residential security systems in San Francisco include: 24/7 monitoring from our UL-Listed service and monitoring center Installation of equipment and sensors to

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25 Fire Safety Tips

In honor of Fire Safety Month, All-Guard has compiled a list of twenty-five fire safety tips to help keep you and your family safe. Blow out candles before leaving the room or going to sleep Use sturdy candle holders or hurricane lamps with your candles Keep candles at least 12 inches from anything that can burn Try using flameless candles instead of regular candles If the power goes out use flashlights instead of candles Store all matches and lighter out

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How to Report a Crime

Whether you have witnessed a crime or a crime was committed against you, you should know how to report crimes.  Reporting crimes is easy and all crimes, big or small should be reported. Call 911 – Call the police as soon as you can after you experience, witness, or see a crime being committed. Give the 911 dispatcher the particulars over the phone.  This includes information on whether or not the crime is still being committed, the location of the

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