What About My Security

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - House & Home - 160 pages
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With so much talk about National Security, millions of people are feeling the impact on a personal level. So many individuals want to do more to protect themselves, but don't know what to do or where to turn.

What About MY Security? reaches out to anyone of any lifestyle or income bracket that has an interest in security for life and property - whether it's for themselves, family or friends.

Author Ronald M. Herhuth reaches out to homeowners, renters, apartment dwellers, condominium owners, seniors living alone and small business owners. He shares with them the decision making and purchasing process of a security system - whether a security system is right for them, what to watch out for, even methods of securing a premises if a complete security system is not what is desired. Find out how to bolster a security system with additional protection aside from the system itself.

The book shares the author's knowledge in home and personal safety. You will, for example, find informative sections on carbon monoxide, living in a fire zone, fire extinguishers, fire safety, and designing an escape plan with the family. The author also covers miscellaneous home and personal safety topics, including an in depth look at the rapidly growing crime of Identity Theft - considered to be one of the most violating crimes in history.

What About MY Security? makes a great gift that will keep on giving.

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About the author (2003)

Ron Herhuth is new to the literary community and has a passion to share his vast knowledge of home and personal security with the public at-large in hopes of saving just one life or one person's injury. Ron recognizes that our society has become very complacent when it comes to home security and the security of small business. There is a need to have a public educated and informed about the security matters closest to them and their families. His diverse background in the insurance claims field, management, law enforcement, industry affiliations and the last several years in the security industry, provides Ron with the knowledge and expertise on this most important topic.

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