June is National Safety Month. How can you make a difference at home, work, school, and your community?
Start by identifying risks and improving safety standards around you. Whether you add a few items to your first-aid kit, brush up on emergency preparedness, or teach your family about water safety, your leadership will help provide a safer neighborhood.
Ways to increase safety and help others:
- Report repairs as they are needed
- Hold drills at home to help children know what to do in the event of a fire, tornado, medical event, or other natural disaster
- Volunteer for community emergency preparedness events
- Put together a first-aid kit
- Take a CPR class
- Teach someone to change a tire properly and safely
- Learn about proper storage and disposal of medications
- Take a defensive driving course
- Learn how to identify fall hazards at home
Read more of our in-depth resources to enhance the safety of your home and community.
- Creating a Family Plan
- Tornado Safety
- Thunderstorms and Lightning
- Hurricane Season
- Flash Floods and Flooding
- Winter Storms
- Patient Resources
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In the event of an emergency, call 911.
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