National Safety Month focuses on preventing injuries and saving lives at work, on the road, and in our homes and communities.
This June, we encourage you to think of at least one change you can make to improve your health and safety in the areas of emergency preparedness, wellness, falls and driving.
- Emergency Preparedness. Emergency situations can happen at any time. Plan and prepare for possible emergencies.
- Wellness. We ask a lot of ourselves each day. Over time, this can put a strain on our own health and well-being. Focus on your wellness each day.
- Falls. Distracted walking is a serious risk. Prevent slips, trips and falls both and home and in your community.
- Driving. Avoid dangerous driving behavior and keep your focus on the driving task.
Click on “No 1 Gets Hurt” to learn additional ways to stay safe and healthy during Safety Month.
For more information, visit www.nsc.org/nsm
Take Charge. Live Well!