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The Safety Zone

Tips and techniques for a safer home and better health.

A Safe Home and Family

While keeping your family safe, it is important to keep your home safe as well. From understanding what emergency responders need to know about your home, to the best ways to prepare and protect against in-home accidents, injuries and weather related risks, the Safety Zone will provide relevant tips and articles about what your can do to ensure you have A Safe Home.

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Has your child almost been hit or been hit while walking? 40% of teens have.

40 percent of teens have been hit or nearly hit by a car, bike or motorcycle while walking. Every hour of every day, a teen pedestrian is killed or injured in the United States. Don’t let your child be next.
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No Running, No Diving, No Lazy Lifeguards

To have a safe and happy summer at the pool review this infographic’s cautionary guide to summertime pool safety. This pool safety infographic demonstrates the dangers associated with a pool,…

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Back to School Teen Safety Checklist

Discussing school safety with pre-teens and teens is very different than discussing it with their younger counterparts. It is important that your safety dialogue adapts for the new risks and…

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The 4-1-1 on 9-1-1

What is 9-1-1? How does it work, and what do I need to know about calling 9-1-1? The Safety Zone will offer history, facts, and tips on everything you'll ever need to know about the national emergency number in the U.S.

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When Should You Call 9-1-1?

Since unnecessary 9-1-1 calls can clog up emergency lines and prevent 9-1-1 call takers from helping those with an actual emergency, it helps to understand when to call 9-1-1 and when not to call 9-1-1
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What You Should Know About Calling 9-1-1 (Infographic)

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9-1-1 Basics

What is 9-1-1? The three-digit telephone number “9-1-1″ has been designated as the “Universal Emergency Number,” for citizens throughout the United States to request emergency assistance. 9-1-1 is intended as…

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