Ensure the holiday season is merry and bright; always keep SAFETY in plain sight!
> Unsafe Gifts
Selecting toys for young children without checking for small parts like magnets or button batteries.
> Slips, Trips and Falls
Not checking for slippery surfaces or tripping hazards when decorating inside or out.
> Fire Hazards
Neglecting to have a working fire extinguisher and smoke alarms in the kitchen and near places where you sleep, or leaving holiday decorations on while sleeping or away.
> Aggressive Driving
Speeding or taking shortcuts during travel.
> Spreading Germs, Not Cheer
Forgetting to properly wash your hands and not practicing food safety when preparing, serving or storing leftovers.
> Safety First
When gifting a new bicycle or an ATV, follow up with a helmet and other PPE (personal protective equipment).
> Safe Lifting & Ladder Use
Whether lifting boxes or using a ladder, always remember that safety does matter.
> Proper Christmas Tree Care
Keep your real tree fire-free by keeping it away from heating sources, discarding frayed and damage cords,
and watering sufficiently.
> Drive Responsibly
Designate a sober driver, and drive home safely.
Your mental well-being matters. Relax, enjoy and take time for YOU this holiday season by finding ways to destress from the hustle and bustle.
The 12 Tips of Safety: During each day of Christmas, my focus is on Safety!
Can you guess what popular Christmas songs have been given a new SAFETY theme?:
Safety Around the Christmas Tree
Slow Down Rudolph
Play It Safe, Play It Safe, Play It Safe
Have Yourself a Safe and Healthy Christmas
Grandma Kept Her Distance From the Reindeer
I'm Dreaming of a Safe Christmas
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