June is National Safety Month

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June is National Safety Month, but you probably won’t be surprised to hear the team at Qforensics believes safety awareness should be a priority each and every month of the year.

National Safety Month is observed to educate individuals about common safety hazards and preventive measures. From workplaces, on the roads, in our homes and communities, the goal is to minimize accidents and protect lives.

This year, the National Safety Council is observing a different safety topic each week of June. The 2024 weekly topics are:

Week 1 – Safety Engagement

We kick off National Safety Month by promoting the importance of safety engagement and focusing on promoting first aid, since the first week of June is also National CPR and AED Awareness Week. NSC also emphasizes the need for safety committees, emergency drills, and training games.

Week 2 – Roadway Safety

The second week of National Safety Month focuses on roadway safety. It’s vital to know the rules of the road and how to share the road safety. Distracted driving is also a major cause for concern and NSC shares articles on how to set up your drive for success.

Week 3 – Risk Reduction

Week 3 focuses on risk reduction on job sites. Some of the major risks that workers face are overdoses, crashes, fall, and overexertion. NSC offers tips on addressing these hazards and preventing them altogether.

Week 4 – Slips, Trips, and Falls

We end National Safety Month by focusing on preventing slips, trips, and falls. NSC offers resources for workers on safe ladder use, scaffolding safety, preventing falls through skylights and other openings, and other general tips on reducing these types of injuries.

To access these important safety resources, visit: https://bit.ly/4aPVHyH

In celebration of National Safety Month, Qforensics will be sharing posts throughout the month of June on social media to bring awareness to key initiatives. Be sure to follow our social pages to learn more.

Credit: National Safety Council

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