• Outsmart Summer Dangers



  • Beat the Heat


    ​Whether you’re working or playing outside in the summer, anybody not accustomed to the heat is at risk for a heat-related illness. Take steps to protect yourself:

    ✓ Wear appropriate clothing, including a wide-brimmed hat

    ✓ Take frequent water breaks

    ✓ Apply sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15

    ✓ Never leave kids or pets unattended in a vehicle

  • Water Safety


    poolside.jpgMore than one in five drowning victims are children 14-years-old and younger, and most incidents happen when a child falls into a pool or is left alone in the bathtub. Keep your kids safe in the water:

    • ✓ Enroll children over the age of three in swimming lessons
    • ✓ Don't rely on lifeguards to watch over your children
    • ​✓ Never leave your child unattended
  • Practice Firework Safety


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    Fourth of July is one of the biggest events of the summer—but it can bring an increase in injuries. In 2010, fireworks caused an estimated 15,500 reported fires, including 1,100 structure fires.

    Celebrate safely this summer.


  • Beware of the 100 Deadliest Days

    ​The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day is the deadliest time for teen crashes on our roadways. Parents can play a role to help keep their new teen drivers safe.

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  • 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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