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Be Safe This Summer, Not Sorry

By Aart Patel Email By Aart Patel
June 2009
Be Safe This Summer, Not Sorry

With temperatures soaring, kids out of school and outdoor activities increasing, being safe during the summer can be the last thing on your mind. However, enjoying the warm weather, and having fun outdoors can sometimes lead to accidents, injuries, and even death, if safety is not a priority. Let’s look at several outdoor activities and preventative measures to avoid the dangers associated with them.

Grilling and cooking outdoors:

Outdoor sports/events:

Swimming pools/lakes:

Swimming can be relaxing and enjoyable on a warm summer day, but it can sometimes become deadly. Several thousand deaths occur each year in pool related accidents—clearly something that can be prevented.

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