Drive Safely in the Snow
Driving in the winter means changes in the way you drive. Snow, sleet and ice can lead to hazardous road conditions. Prepare your vehicle for the upcoming winter season with these helpful tips.
Avoid Strain while Shoveling
Shoveling snow is a major winter activity in many parts of the United States. Taking a few precautions can help you prevent unnecessary pain and suffering.
Treat Frostbite Immediately
Use first aid to help someone who may have hypothermia or frostbite. Online and classroom courses are available through NSC.
Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Carbon monoxide detectors save lives, but less than one-third of American homes have one installed. With December and January at the peak of CO poisonings, check out our fact sheet and be sure to follow tips like these:
- Replace the battery for your home’s CO detector each spring and fall
- Do not heat your home with a gas range or oven
- Never run a car or truck inside an attached garage
The 12 Days of Safety
Putting up decorations is one of the best ways to get in the holiday mood. However, thousands of injuries involving holiday decorating are seen in emergency rooms every year.
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