We all know a nurse or doctor who is working longer hours and often at odd times of the day. Other healthcare workers and even patients come and go at any time as well. Perhaps you're one of them. Have you ever considered your personal safety? Are your loved ones in the medical field doing all they can to stay safe?
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, more than 1 in 10 property crimes occur in parking lots or garages. Almost every hospital in an urban area has a large parking garage. Imagine walking into and out of a parking garage in the middle of the night, often tired after a long shift. Imagine doing so alone.
You don’t have to be a victim if you remain aware of your surroundings and keep these parking garage safety tips in mind:
BEFORE LEAVING YOUR HOME
- Put any valuables in your trunk, or out of sight before you leave.
WALKING TO WORK OR YOUR APPOINTMENT
- As soon as you exit your vehicle, lock it right away. Don’t take any chances.
- Walk with purpose and be aware of your surroundings.
- Avoid looking down at your phone. This is a huge distraction and a sign of vulnerability. Your texts can wait.
- Be alert when using stairs or elevators.
- Hold your keys in your hand to avoid fumbling through your purse or pockets.
- Lock the doors as soon as you get in your car, even before putting on your seatbelt. Don't spend extra time with your phone or radio.
- Don’t linger in your car. Exit the garage quickly, but remember to check your mirrors for traffic and people.
- Prepare - consider carrying a personal safety alarm, pepper spray, or a different personal security device.
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