Archive for 'Staying Safe'

Protecting Your Financial Information: A Quick Guide

It seems like we always hear of stories of stolen financial information in the news. Even in Singapore, stealing money by accessing another’s bank account is a rampant modus operandi. Being more vigilant and smart about our actions will help in preventing this unfortunate event from ever happening to us. The truth is, no matter […]

Safety Tips for Women Who Travel Alone  

  Doesn’t matter if you’re traveling for business or for pleasure- safety is the utmost concern. Traveling alone, especially for women, makes us high-risk targets for petty crimes and violence. According to the latest global travel statistics, 50 percent of all people who travel for business are female. The biggest safety risk for women are […]

Surviving a Car Accident

There was a car bursting into flames in Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE) headed for Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) on January 3, 2014. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) contained the situation. The force successfully pulled two people (a man and woman in their twenties) from the car. They were immediately sent to the National University Hospital […]

An Initiative for Safer Roads

A new task force has been created to ensure that vocational drivers in Singapore observe road safety. Called the Safer Roads Industry Taskforce, this task force will prompt education and training to help drivers steer safely. This was announced during the launch of the campaign called Anti-Drink Drive on December 5, 2013. There are two […]