National Safety Month - June

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The National Safety Council (NSC) traditionally hosts National Safety Month every June to promote safety throughout the country. It focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, and in our homes and communities. 

Week 1: Emergency Preparedness

Get safety tips specific to disaster-related emergencies such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes. You can also find information on emergency supply kits for your homes and cars. Click here...

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Week 2: Wellness

Poisoning and choking are reported to be some of the leading causes of unintentional death. Infants, children, and older adults are especially vulnerable to such incidents. Click here for tips on how to prevent deaths in your home due to poisoning. Click here for choking prevention and rescue tips. 

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Week 3: Falls

While falls can happen anywhere, they most often occur at home. What can you do to make your home or the home of someone you love safer? Click here for tips on how falls can be prevented.

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Week 4: Driving

More than 90 percent of crashes are caused by human error such as alcohol consumption, speeding and distracted driving. Check out some safety topics that include distracted and impaired driving, teen driving, child passenger safety, motorcycle safety, and etc.

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