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National Safety Month

National Safety Month 2018

Join the National Safety Council in observing National Safety Month! This initiative focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities.

The National Safety Council provides downloadable resources highlighting a different safety topic for each week in June.

  • Week 1: Emergency Preparedness
  • Week 2: Wellness
  • Week 3: Falls
  • Week 4: Driving

https://www.nsc.org/work-safety/get-involved/national-safety-month

 

Week 1: Emergency Preparedness

Tip Sheets:
English

Spanish

Related Articles:
Is Your Workplace Prepared for a Tornado?

More Than Half of Workers Aren't Trained on First Aid, CPR: Survey

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Week 1

Week 2: Wellness

Tip Sheets:

Sample Wellness Program:
NSC Wellness Plus Program

Related articles:
NSC Urges Organizations to Invest in Worker Sleep Health

NSC: Many Americans Personally Affected by Opioid Crisis

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Week 2 2018

Week 3: Falls

Tip Sheets:

Related articles:
Recognizing Hidden Dangers: 25 Steps to a Safer Office

Fall Protection Leads OSHA's 'Top 10' List of Most Frequently Cited Violations

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Week 3 2018

 

Week 4: Driving

Tip Sheets:


English 
Spanish

Related articles:
Drowsy Driving a Bigger Danger Than Federal Data Indicates, AAA Claims

No Cellphones While Driving

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Week 4 2018

 

 

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