§ Motor vehicle accidents due to distracted or impaired driving, including texting, using a cell phone, drinking and driving, etc. Take a pledge not to drive while distracted. (Click here for pledge)
§ Motorcycle and bicycle accidents. Simply wearing a helmet can offer better protection and may even save your life.
§ Tree stand falls cause numerous traumatic injuries every year during hunting season. Read our tree stand safety guide for more tips. (Click here for brochure)
§ Accidental shootings due to lack of gun safety and/or storage. If you own a gun, be responsible and get a gun lock to keep your firearm stored safely and securely.
§ Physical violence, including domestic, workplace, bullying, etc. If you or someone you know is the victim of physical abuse, speak up and ask for help.
§ Sports injuries, including concussions, overuse, etc. Proper training can help prevent serious sports injuries. Seeking immediate medical attention for a serious sports injury can mean the difference between a game ending injury and a career ending injury. Click here for information: http://www.sluhospital.com/en-US/Pages/SaturdaySportsClinic.aspx
If you would like additional information, please contact Carrie Chismarich, Injury Prevention and Outreach Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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