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Previse clients and employees are active and aware. As autumn and winter approach, so do shorter daylight hours. Diminished light will it make it more difficult for drivers to see pedestrians, cyclists and animals.
Here’s an innovation to keep you and your loved ones safe. We invite you to watch this amazing video from Safees.com
Who is at risk? Kids walking in the early morning and evening hours, walkers & joggers, late nite workers, bicyclists + motorcyclists, pedestrians exposed to traffic, and our pets. BE SAFE & BE SEEN! Make sure that you and your loved ones visible to drivers.
We love these exceptional prism reflectors offered by Safees for pedestrians, strollers bicyclists, pets and even house fronts! Previse + Safees share the same concerns for safety and prevention.
Safees are hard prism reflectors that are attached by a simple pin to your clothes at knee or thigh height, or to your animals collar or harness. Once attached, Safees swing freely so the bright prism is reflected in oncoming cars’ headlights. The dazzling array of sparkles help capture driver attention and warn of pedestrian or pet presence. Safees increase your visibility, providing drivers more time to stop, steer clear, and avoid an accident.
Safees are available at www.safees.com, and retail at $4.95 USD each. Safees come in a wide variety of fun designs and colors. Safees are boy & girl, mom, dad and pet approved! Plus… Safees discounts are available for schools and nonprofit organizations.
** As a special treat for our Previse patients, clients and readers, Safees is offering an exclusive discount code “previse+safees” that provides 15% savings on your total order at checkout. Offer Expires 10.31.12 **
In addition to Safees, all of us at Previse are reminded to use the following tips to further reduce the risk or severity of injury. Here’s to you and your loved ones staying safe over the coming months.
- Wear bright/light colored clothing and reflective materials.
- Place reflectors especially on joints to create “BioMotion” which is much more noticeable in the dark.
- Carry a flashlight when walking in the dark.
- Cross in a well-lit area.
- Stand clear of buses, hedges, parked cars or other obstacles before crossing so drivers can see you.
Be Safe … Be Seen.
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