Keep Safety in Your Summer
As the impact of the pandemic diminishes and you head outdoors to have fun in the sun, "keep safety in your summer." A review of safety and wellness websites points to the most common activities associated with injuries or death: boating and water sports, mowing lawns, unsafe use of playgrounds, bicycling, using trampolines, swimming and pool incidents, activities that include risk of slips and falls, spoiled food illnesses from outdoor eating events, and car accidents. The day of the year with the most car accidents is July 4th.
Keith Stein |