You’ve got plans this summer, no doubt. The last thing you and your loved ones need is an injury or accident to cut in on those long-awaited plans for fun. No matter the time of year, proper safety and prevention is always in season.
The Flood Law Firm wants to help ensure your summer starts off right by challenging your family with the NSC’s 4 areas of preventable safety measures.
Did you know?: The National Safety Council (NSC) reported a shocking 161,374 avoidable deaths and 44.5 million preventable injuries in 2016?
It’s time to improve these statistics! With June being National Safety Month, it’s the perfect time to think of how you and your family can take simple steps to help prevent potential disaster.
The NSC focuses on the following safety topics:
Be safe and smart, starting this summer! Read on to learn how.
Emergencies can happen anywhere, anytime. An alarming 60% of American adults have not practiced what to do in case of a disaster (Federal Emergency Management Agency).
The following tips can help keep you and your loved ones safe in case of an emergency:
By making a few changes to your daily lifestyle, you can start on a path of greater overall mental, physical and spiritual health.
Did you know that if you do the following five things, you could save up to 50% on healthcare costs?
Other ways to improve your overall wellness include:
Most people don’t think about slips and falls until they happen. However, they more prevalent than most people think. In fact, falls are the third leading cause of unintentional deaths for all ages and the number one cause of death in adults 65 and older.
Fortunately, most falls can be prevented with a few simple steps:
Sometimes falling can’t be avoided. When this happens, try to fall correctly:
Most people consider themselves safe drivers. Yet, did you know that 94% of motor vehicle accidents involve human error?
You can help keep our roads safer by avoiding dangerous driving behaviors:
Vehicle safety is just as important as driver safety:
With the onset of outdoor activity, travel and vacation, there’s no better time than this summer to consider how to keep yourself and your family injury free.