June is National Safety Month. The event is sponsored by the National Safety Council (NSC). Every year they focus on an important safety topic each week in June. This year’s topics include:
As the weather warms up, people spend more time in the great outdoors. We all like to participate in summertime activities, but it’s also important to focus on safety. Check out the NSC’s summertime safety tips here.
It’s easy to overdo it when you’re out enjoying the warm summer sun. According to the NSC, overexertion is the “third leading cause of unintentional injuries in the United States.” Visit their site to sign up for some free materials on how to prevent overexertion.
Teen Driving Safety
Teens love to drive, and in the summer they have more time to spend on the road. Help keeps your kids safer with some teen driving tips from the NSC. You can sign up for a free webinar, get a tip sheet and learn more helpful facts.
Preventing Slips, Trips And Falls
It happens to all of us. A slip, trip or fall can be painful – and they get more dangerous as we get older. Check out some helpful tips from the NSC on how to avoid a trip to the emergency room.
On The Road, Off The Phone
We know it’s dangerous, and illegal, but people do it all the time. Using a hand-held phone to talk or text on the road can lead to serious accidents. Sign up for the NSC’s free materials on the dangers of using cell phones while driving.
Do you have any safety tips to share? Then please leave a comment below. Have a happy and safe summer, and thank you for reading the PeopleFinders people search blog.