Saturday, April 2, 2011

IS IT SAFE?


There are times that we are overly protective of our kids that we worry overly much. We tend to get a little carried away with all the tragic events we see in the evening news and it caused us to have "too creative imaginations" that we fear letting them out of our site. But it calms us down when we know where they will be going and if it is safe for them to go there.

School year starts and for our first time schoolers, we wanted to be ultimately sure that the school we chose for them values safety precautions. You visit the premises and notice barricades that will not let them be near the busy street, therefor protects them from vehicular accidents that happen everyday. It is also important for you that they have crowd control especially for outsiders and visitors and the velvet ropes you have seen from the entrance going to the visitors area assures you that trespassers will not have easy access to the children inside, thus your kid is safe.

Years after, they are teenagers. They start to go out. As much as we want to give them independence, we just can't let them go places that seems unsafe. We give advice. "Probably this mall is better than this" because we notice the wisely devised crowd control. Stampede in crowded area at an event of emergencies more often causes fatalities more than the reason for the emergency. But with the mall's appropriate signage and stanchions with ropes, it leads the crown to safety more than those without them.

SAFETY IS IMPORTANT! And we cannot just let happen what can be avoided. And it can be with precautions and tools to assist us in achieving safety.


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