During this recent live episode of the Code Red! radio show, host
Alfred McComber's featured guests include Marietta Jelks, Consumer Action Handbook Manager with the U.S. General Services Administration's Federal Citizen Information Center located in Washington, DC.

    Marietta stops by the show live to discuss her government agency's FREE Consumer Action Handbook as well as, "6 Tips from USA.gov for Keeping Teens Safe on Social Media." To obtain your copy of the 2014 edition of the Consumer Action Handbook right now, visit: http://www.bit.ly/getcahnow.

    You can also watch a recent Google Hangout video with Marietta talking about some of the common questions her office receives on a daily basis by visiting: http://www.bit.ly/ghaskmarietta. For even more help, information and available government resources, be sure to visit: http://www.USA.gov.
 
                     
 
    October 5-11, 2014 is Fire Prevention Week and as a result, later in the show Alfred is joined live by Brett Brenner, President of the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) in Arlington, VA who stops by the show to discuss the extreme importance of being proactive to help reduce electrical fire hazards and keep your loved ones, business and/or organization safe from fires.

    For a wealth of information and useful resources on electrical safety as well as fire prevention tips and strategies, be sure to check out the Electrical Safety Foundation International's website at: http://www.ESFI.org.

    You'll also find some great fire prevention tips and information at a special webpage set-up within the National Fire Protection Association's website at: http://www.FirePreventionWeek.org.
 
                          
 
    Later in the broadcast, Dr. Jacqueline Danik, Associate Director of Cardiovascular Research And Attending Physician in the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Hospital in New York City drops by the show live to share how you can become a "Heart Hero" during the month of October which has been designated, "National Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month."
 
    Dr. Danik shares some important insight about what sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is and how you could potentially help save a life just by learning livesaving hands-only CPR and how to properly use an automated external defibrillator. Dr. Janik will also discuss Mount Sinai Health System's special SCA Awareness Fairs that are taking place in the New York City metropolitan area this month. For more details about the SCA Awareness Fairs check out: http://www.bit.ly/mshearthero.

    You can also visit Mount Sinai Health System's main website at: http://www.MountSinai.org or call: (212) 641-6500. Lastly, if you'd like to see just how easy it is to learn and perform "Hands-Only" CPR, check out this quick 1-Minute video from the American Heart Association at: http://www.bit.ly/hocprvideo.
 
    The Code Red! radio show is hosted by long time high profile dignitary protection agent and retired sworn veteran law enforcement officer
Alfred McComber. The thought provoking show which has been airing around the globe since 2004 was previously available as a live daily "morning drive" radio show broadcast on the Fox News Radio Network affiliate radio station in Washington, DC as well as a weekly live broadcast radio show on Federal News Radio in the nation's capital.
 
    Code Red! is specifically dedicated to personal security, safety and emergency preparedness issues with a direct goal of helping both civilians and first responders across America and around the world become much better prepared to deal with all sorts of natural and man-made disasters, violent criminal attacks and other critical emergencies before they happen!

    For more archived broadcast interviews, visit the "Show Archives" section of Code Red!’s main website at: http://www.CodeRedRadioShow.com.
 

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