Safety concerns cause 65% of people to change their habits after dark. As many studies show, our personal feeling of safety substantially impacts our quality of life – and ultimately certain life choices. Explore how nightfall and other factors contribute to our perception of safety and learn how to improve your own feeling of security.
In gauging the feeling of safety, numerous studies by major institutions commonly ask participants to imagine themselves in situations when they are alone; posing questions such as, how safe do you feel when you are alone in a parking lot? This eleme...More
Light makes us feel safe While 92.9 percent of people feel “very” or “fairly” safe in well-lit areas, a significantly lower portion (25.3 percent) feels the same level of safety in unlit or poorly lit areas, according to a 2013 study conducted in...More
Safety matters for a wide range of activities that we engage in every day. Physical and mental safety matter tremendously for a good working environment. In most countries around the world, these factors are not only guaranteed by the constitution bu...More
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