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JULY - SAFETY 

Some Sailors and Marines participate in off-duty activities that may put them at risk for accidents that could have serious consequences. Mishaps, primarily related to private motor vehicle and off-duty/shore recreational activities can causetragic loss of life as well asinjuries, putting service members on the sidelines, derailing their productivity and threatening their readiness for duty.

Being informed about common workplace and recreational safety hazards can keep everyone safe. In this toolbox we provide Sailors, Marines, beneficiaries, DoD civilians, health promotion coordinators, and health information disseminators the resources to exercise safety precautions so they can stay safe at work and fully enjoy recreational activities in their free time.

Planning Ahead (+)

 

Key Resources

Posters and Infographic (+)

Posters from Naval Safety Center (NSC) (+)

 

Fact Sheets (+)

Injury and Violence Free Living

Preventing Excessive Alcohol Use

Water Safety

Driving and Bike Safety

 

Seasonal Injury Prevention Fact Sheet Series (NMCPHC HPW) (+)

Sleep

 

Brochures and Guides (+)

 

Videos (+)

 

Learn More (+)

 

[1] Naval Safety Center Annual Mishap Overview: FY2014. Naval Safety Center. http://www.safeharbor.navy.mil/navsafecen/Documents/media/FY14_Annual_Report.pdf. Published 2015. Accessed April 2016.

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