EasyCall & Timely Medical Attention

62% of victims who don’t receive help within the first hour after a fall may not be able to live alone after recovery.

The longer the time before help arrives, the worse it gets:

2 – 3   Hours:   60% of those fall again within the following year.

4 – 5   Hours:   Hospitalization is certain. Other aliments may begin to affect the victim.

6 – 11 Hours:  90% of those who aren’t helped within 6 hours will have to live in a nursing home.

12-17 Hours:   Length of potential hospital stay doubles during this time. Health threats emerge: pressure sores, dehydration,                             hypothermia, possibility of death.

18-23 Hours:   Likelihood of full recovery is minuscule.

24     Hours:    The length of time on the floor may outweigh initial injuries as primary cause of death.

Call today so you and your loved ones can now be assured 24/7 with EasyCall at your side to provide immediate help.

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Secure Summer Photo Contest Winners

Thank you for making our contest a success!  We asked you to submit photos of what you did this summer.  The submissions ranged from local summer adventures to exotic vacations to Alaska and on African safaris.

Cherry

Robert and Susan Cherry of Eureka were the first place winners with a humorous photo from their Alaskan cruise.  Susan said “We took a cruise to Alaska this summer. I had a lot more room in the cabin after this excursion in Juneau”.  The Cherry family won 6 months free alarm monitoring.  They have been Advanced Security customers since 2003.

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Julia Lawson from Eureka won second place with her photo from Alaska.  Julia explored the Mendenhall Glacier with her family: Brian, Janna, and Rubee.  Julia won 3 months alarm monitoring and has been a customer since 2011.

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Third place was awarded to LindaAnne Cummings of Eureka.  LindaAnne provided this caption, “Took my 89 year old mom to the Mendocino Botanical Gardens for her birthday. Nice to go out of town and not worry. Thanks for the great service!”  LindaAnne won 2 months of alarm monitoring and has been a customer since 1998.

“We enjoyed seeing our customers’ summer adventures and how they relaxed with the peace of mind that their security system provides,” said Chuck Petrusha, CEO.

All the photo contest entries can be viewed on Advanced Security’s Facebook page and the blog at http://www.advancedsecurity.us/blog.

Advanced Security Systems has been family owned and operated for over forty five years in the security alarm business. They operate the only locally owned monitoring center in Northern California. More information is available by calling 707.443.6333 or at www.advancedsecurity.us.

 

Fire Prevention Week

Fast facts about fire

  1.  Half of home fire deaths result from fires reported between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. when most people are asleep. Only one in five home fires were reported during these hours.
  2. One quarter of home fire deaths were caused by fires that started in the bedroom. Another quarter resulted from fires in the living room, family room or den.
  3. Three out of five home fire deaths happen from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.
  4. In 2014, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 367,500 home structure fires. These fires caused 2,745 deaths, 11,825 civilian injuries, and $6.8 billion in direct damage.
  5. On average, seven people die in U.S. home fires per day.
  6. Cooking equipment is the leading cause of home fire injuries, followed by heating equipment.
  7. Smoking materials are the leading cause of home fire deaths.
  8. Most fatal fires kill one or two people. In 2014, 15 home fires killed five or more people resulting in a total of 88 deaths.
  9. During 2009-2013, roughly one of every 335 households had a reported home fire per year.

Sparky Shows you how to check your smoke alarm

https://youtu.be/xCp4xjm1TZY

 

Humboldt Bay Fire Open House

Humboldt Bay Fire Open House. This Saturday, 10am – 3pm at Station 1 (533 C Street, Eureka) for Station Tours, various safety displays, free refreshments and raffle prizes, demonstrations of the 1904 Steam Fire Engine, Tiller Ladder Truck and vehicle extrication and more. Advanced Security Systems will be there too. Stop by and pick up a tote bag and get quizzed on smoke detectors!