summer safety

  1. Summer Safety Reminders
    Categories: General Safety Topics

    Summer Safety Reminders

    Here we are in Sunny Summertime - thinking of fun, play, time off, long days... well keep it fun by remembering a few simple safety principles: ?     Stay safe this Summer ?     Summer Safety Update ?     Summer Fair Safety ?     Summer Surprises and Safety ?     Summer Safety Tips ?  ...
  2. Stay safe this Summer
    Categories: Disaster & Survival Forum

    Stay safe this Summer

    Know Your Risk, Take Action and Be a Force of Nature. Protect yourself from the heat while working or playing outside this summer. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and apply sunscreen regularly. Also, dress in lightweight and light colored clothing and wear a wide brimmed hat. 1. Know Your Risk Being prepared means learning about summer weather hazards...
  3. Categories: Child Safety, Health Tips & Info News

    How Safe is Your Swimming Pool? Ask Olga

    What did $92, creativity, and hard work buy in 2013? Humor and a powerful public health video message.  Watch the videos below and share it with others! Think about pool safety in every way... be sure to have a pool first aid kit - make sure everyone is practicing pool safety, and slather on the sunscreen! Utah experienced a statewide...
  4. Categories: Child Safety, First Aid Articles, General Safety Topics, Health Tips, Info News, Military First Aid, Pet Safety & Disaster & Survival Forum

    Nasal Spray for Snake bites?

    According to NBC, First aid for snakebite could come in a nasal spray, researcher says CHAIWAT SUBPRASOM / Reuters The bite of a cobra contains deadly neurotoxins that can cause paralysis and death. Now, new research suggests that a nasal spray may provide a new way to reverse the symptoms. Treating a paralyzing snakebite could one day be as easy...
  5. Categories: General Safety Topics, Health and First Aid Advice for Seniors, Health Tips & Info News

    Help Prevent Heat-Related Illness

    Heat Stress & Heat Related Illnesses After more than 85,000 downloads, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Heat Safety Tool is still a life-saver! As part of a national outreach campaign to prevent heat illness among outdoor workers, the department developed a mobile application in 2011 to expand its outreach to the smartphone community. The campaign centers on three simple...

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