Keep your lawnmower in good working condition.
Remove large sticks and rocks from your yard before mowing. If the mower hits them, they could cause injuries.
Disconnect the spark plug when working on your mower.
Never use a match or lighter to visualize the fuel amount.
We respond to many medical emergencies that stem from dehydration. Be sure to drink plenty of water.
If you stop sweating or urinating you need to rest and drink water immediately.
Coffee and alcohol are not substitutes for water.
When riding a bike you should ALWAYS were a helmet.
Wear bright colored clothing that is visible to motorists.
Ride with a friend.
When crossing a street you should walk your bike in a crosswalk.
All passengers on a boat should wear a PFD (Personal Floatation Device) better known as a life jacket.
Kids should never go out in a boat without an adult.
Do not misbehave on a boat it could capsize (tip over).
Protect yourself from the sun by applying sunscreen that blocks both UVA and UVB rays and has an SPF of at least 30.
Reapply sunscreen throughout the day.
Wear sunglasses with a UV rating.
Always keep any gates locked while the pool is not in use.
Enroll children in swim classes.
Know what to do in case of an emergency.
Do not dive in shallow water.
Maintain a 4 foot tall barrier to prevent children from entering the pool.
Never leave children unattended when in the pool or pool area.
Remove access ladder (if equipped) when the pool is not in use.