Fall into Safety

  • Get Your Flu Shot

    ​​Autumn is the start of flu season, and it's recommended that everyone 6 months and older gets vaccinated against the flu. Learn more on flu prevention and check out these common myths about the flu vaccine.

  • Reduce Fear this Halloween

    halloween.png ​Halloween is a fun-filled time for children, but there are many dangers associated with the holiday unrelated to ghouls, goblins and witches. Parents need to take the necessary Halloween safety precautions to make sure their children remain safe while still having fun. Check out our infographic on safe costume choices to help keep kids safe on Halloween.
  • Drive Safely as it gets Darker

    Daylight Saving Time ends every year on the first Sunday in November. This means it starts to get darker earlier. As we set our clocks backward by one hour in most areas of the country, here are some tips for driving at night.

    Green Cross Tip: When you change your clocks, it's also a great time to check the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.


  • Keep Children Safe at School

    ​As summer draws to a close, back-to-school season is in full effect. Remember to safely share the roads with school buses, pedestrians and bicyclists, and provide children with the necessary knowledge to stay safe at school.

    School Safety Tips
  • Have Fun Safely

    ​Outdoor activities are a great way to be active and stay in shape. Make sure you don't put an end to the fun because of an injury.

    Outdoor Safety Tips

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