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1.  Summer Safety:  Summer is a great time to enjoy the great outdoors and swim, hike, travel and barbecue, but people also want to steer clear of accidents and injuries.  By taking simple, common-sense precautions, you can have fun and stay safe and healthy at the same time.

      Water Related:


                                            (The Pool Safety Council (PSC) is a Washington, D.C.-based non-                                                    profit organization that is a national authority on pool and water safety.)

2.   Dog Bites:

  • Top ten prevention steps for children:

3.  Fire/Fireworks Safety:

Smoke Detector Information and How They Can Save Your Life:
The US Fire Administration: 


Check list:

Fact sheet:

4.   Playground/Bike Safety:



5.   Falls-Child:

6.  Poisoning:




7.  Home Safety

The national fire protection association offers home safety tips:
BAM (Body and Mind website supported from the Centers of Disease Control).
The Indiana Partnership to Prevent Violent Injury and Death.  Two brochures that talk about gun locking devices and also responsible gun ownership.
Disaster Kit Checklist- Home Safety 

Home Safety Council:  

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Information 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Toy Safety & Holiday Safety:



8.   Injury/Falls Prevention Information for Older Adults:



For more information on injury and violence prevention, visit the CDC's Web site at: