Category: Safety

Have you tested your security system recently?

Your security system is meant to protect your home or business and give you peace of mind. It is only able to do so if it is working properly. Test your security system monthly to avoid a system failure when you need it most. Use these steps to test your security system: Additional testing is […]

Maintain independence with a Heartland Security medical alert

A medical alert from Heartland Security can help you or your loved ones maintain independence, while providing peace of mind as it quickly alerts emergency personnel of a medical situation. Our on-the-go medical alert solution is powered by the Verizon 4G LTE and Wi-Fi location services, allowing you to go almost anywhere and be confident […]

Employee Spotlight – Josh Taylor

Today, we’re shining a spotlight on an employee to help you get to know us better. This week’s Employee Spotlight features one of newer security technicians, Josh Taylor. 1. What is your job title? Security Technician 2. What do you do at Heartland Security? I install service panels and sensors, 3G to 4G LTE cell upgrades, pull […]

A New New Year’s Resolution

It’s been 3 weeks since the new year began and that is how long experts say it takes to make and keep a change in your life. If you made a New Year’s resolution and might have broken it already, that’s fine! How about a New Year’s resolution that is easier to keep up with […]

4 Important Safety Topics for Seniors

On Thursday, June 27, 2019, Heartland Security participated in the Douglas County Healthy & Active Senior Expo sponsored by Douglas County TRIAD. Seniors could visit vendor tables, listen to the keynote speaker, attend breakout sessions, get free lunch, and win door prizes. One of the breakout sessions was titled “Home Safety” with a talk given […]

National Night Out is August 2, 2016

On the evening of Tuesday, August 2, 2016, people across the country will lock their doors, turn on their outside lights, and go outside to spend time with neighbors, police, and other community members. Held on the first Tuesday of August every year, National Night Out focuses on crime prevention awareness and uniting our communities. National […]

Springing Forward with Daylight Savings Time

Spring Forward At the end of National Sleep Awareness Week, we “spring forward” into Daylight Savings Time (except those in Arizona and Hawaii) and move an hour of daylight from the morning to the evening. Adjusting to DST has many negative effects, some lasting longer than just the Monday after the switch to DST. Sleep […]

New Laws in Minnesota in Early 2016 that Will Affect You

What new laws in 2016 will affect you? We’ve broken down some important new laws into sections: REAL ID requirements Car insurance and tab renewals License plate reader regulations 1. REAL ID requirements While not taking effect in January (the date hasn’t officially been announced), you’ll need more than a driver’s license to board a […]