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Disabling injuries are more numerous in the home than in the workplace and in motor-vehicle crashes combined. To help you implement a Take Safety Home program within your organization, the Utah Safety Council is providing online resources to help you with your safety meetings. These resources include safety fact sheets, safety talks, PowerPoint presentations, quizzes, activities and paycheck stuffers. This is a free service for local businesses and community members.
National Burn Awareness Week is February 5-11. Become more aware about the facts of burns and how to prevent them.
Falls are currently the second leading cause of death and injury in the home. Reduce these injuries by sharing these resources.
The holidays are here! It is a joyous time of year to be spent with friends and family, but all of the things that make it so great also present some dangers. Let's make sure that we take the necessary precautions to keep our loved ones safe this season. Here are some tips from the Utah Safety Council on safe practices this holiday season.
While the home is usually considered to be one of the safest places for our families, it presents many hazards to young children. Download these resources to help you, your family, friends or co-workers Take Safety Home.
*If you would like the PowerPoint version of thispresentation please e-mail email@example.com.
Request FREE Take Safety Home Resource materials. These materials are a valuable addition to any safety meeting or employee safety fair and something that employees can take home and share with family members.