For your safety … delay your call while driving.
Your life is a trust … keep it safe.
Be careful to weather fluctuations while driving.
Avoid driving when you’re tired.
Use your seat belt for your safety.
Our children are our responsibility … make sure to keep them on their seats.
Caution crossing red signal.
Pull over to eat or drink … It takes only a few minutes.
Dedicate at least 30 minutes a day to something you enjoy.
Fun up family meals.
Playing with your kids, builds strong bonds and warm memories.
Following traditions give children a sense of identity and belonging.
Create healthy habits in your family.
Share your old memories with your family.
Celebrate occasions with your family.
Store your valuables in a safe
Never leave children alone or unattended near water or fire
Immediately replace any damaged or faulty materials
Block or lock the windows, stairways, and doors to prevent accidental falls by small children
Arrange furniture for easy navigation
Easy access to phone numbers in case of an emergency
Never leave extra keys in expected places
Check water heater or cooler in your home regularly
Install smoke alarms on every level and rooms of your home
Keep matches, lighters and other ignitable substances in a secured location out of your child’s reach
Teach your children what smoke alarms sound like and what to do when they hear one
Make sure everyone knows to call on emergency number
Keep fire extinguisher at your home
Keep items that can catch on fire at least three feet away from anything that gets hot
Check electrical wiring in your home regularly
Don’t keep unnecessary electronic devices open
Check your passport expiry date
Save emergency numbers
Count your luggage’s every time your check-in/check-out
Always keep small amounts of cash on hand
Scan a copy of your passport
Leave your valuables at ‘home’
Ask your hotel for advice on ‘safe’ versus ‘unsafe’ local areas
Have the address of your hotel written down to hand to taxi drivers
Give your domestic servant in the first few weeks proper training
Discuss with domestic servant the cuisine you like to eat
Communicate your house rules to her/him
Teach your domestic servant about home security
Give your domestic servant consistent feedback on the job he/she has done
Do not overdependence on your domestic servant
Treat your domestic servant fairly
It’s good to have a work schedule for your domestic servant