BEING SAFE MEANS BEING ALERT - ALL THE TIME

By Leslie Terjesen on Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Even in familiar sourrounding, we ned to constantly be looking for dangers around us throughout our day.  Keeping an eye out for hazards can help you identify and avoic them before an injury occurs.  Lookng at the world through this safety lens can help yo protect your self and those around you.

WATCH WHERE YOU ARE GOING:

Distracted walking is on the rise for people of all ages.  With so many thigs competing for our attention, safety needs to be a priortiy.

  • Check your emails and send your texts before you start walking.
  • Duck into a doorway or move off to the side to make a call, send a text or answer emails.
  • Never cross the street while using an electronic device and make sure you can hear traffic and sounds around you
  • Scan ahead for cracks on the ground, spills or changes in elevation.