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The Holiday season is a period to celebrate with family and companions and to offer gratitude for our favorable circumstances. ... High Surf Conditions are the standard in winter in Hawaii USE CAUTION. ...
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Occasion Safety Instructor: THE CLASS Facilitator: CW3 Turner RAC: Low

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Holiday Safety The Holiday season is a period to celebrate with family and companions and to express gratefulness for our favorable circumstances. Lamentably, the Holidays can likewise be a period when setbacks can and frequently happen. This preparation was assembled to diminish your odds of being required in an incident. 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Holiday Decorations: 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Holiday Decorations: Use UL recorded embellishments. Continuously investigate strings for fraying and free association. Try not to utilize indoor electrical lines outside Use grounded additional strings. Use legitimate height gadgets. (try not to utilize a seat when a stepping stool is required) Do not utilize genuine candles on the tree. On the off chance that you utilize a genuine tree keep the water re-supplied and check the tree for dryness. Place candles far from window ornaments or different flammables Unplug your designs/lights when you go to bed Keep fire douser helpful 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Holiday Decorations: (Cont) Poisonous enhancing plants. Poinsettias, Holly, Mistletoe (pet and kid Hazard) Keep adornments out of the scope of little kids 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Holiday Cooking 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Holiday Cooking Turn handles on pots and container internal on stove. Test your flame locators month to month. Try not to leave cooking unattended. Try not to gorge. An excess of turkey can make you rest through the football games. Try not to leave nourishments that require refrigeration out for a really long time of a period (ruined sustenances). 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Twas the prior night Christmas… … Have you checked your Smoke Detector? 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Celebrations 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Celebrations Take your part and host genuinely. Guarantee Designated Drivers are accessible. Offer a spot to remain. Give a lot of sustenance so the visitor won\'t drink as much. Try not to push drinks. Use alert for smokers and free fiery debris. Women WATCH YOUR DRINKS! Keep away from festivities that incorporate illicit substances. 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Cold Weather Injuries and Winter Driving 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Cold Weather Injuries and Winter Driving Just Kidding This is Hawaii all things considered… . 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Water Safety 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Water Safety High Surf Conditions are the standard in winter in Hawaii USE CAUTION. Notice the notice signs set on the shorelines. Continuously utilize the mate framework when swimming, jumping surfing or kayaking. Watch out for little youngsters. Try not to give them a chance to play alone in the water. Try not to drink liquor before swimming. Check for snags (submerged shakes or shallow water) before you jump into obscure waters. Just SCUBA with affirmed jumpers. Try not to endeavor to jump in the event that you are not ensured unless you are experiencing preparing and are joined by a teacher. Utilize just affirmed gear. 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Personal Protection 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Personal Protection Shopping Shop with a companion or family. There is wellbeing in numbers. Be ready, stay in well light ranges If you convey a handbag, keep it before your body and near you. Convey your keys in your pocket. On the off chance that they get your tote they may have your location yet not the keys to your home and auto. Dress calmly: Thieves and pickpockets are pulled in to costly garments and gems. Try not to blaze a lot of money. Lock your auto and don\'t leave anything on display. Abstain from stopping by vans where hoodlums can cover up. Check your auto for welcomed visitor preceding getting in. Don\'t over weight yourself with bundles Beach Many of the same tips as above. 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety TOY BUYING SAFETY Select Toys to suit age, capacities, aptitudes & the tyke\'s enthusiasm For newborn children & little children maintain a strategic distance from toys with little parts (gagging) Don\'t purchase electric toys with warming components for children under 8 Read the name and utilize the age rules for that toy Look for strong development and firmly secured little parts Discard plastic wrappings promptly (suffocation risk) Call CSPC hotline 800-638-2772 to report unsafe toys Check CSPC review list on the web http://www.cpsc.gov 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety TOY BUYING SAFETY 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Travel Considerations 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Travel Considerations Expect expand security at the air terminals. (permit additional time) Have a photo ID prepared. (abstain from utilizing Military ID abroad) Don\'t leave sacks unattended or convey one for outsiders. Keep lightweight baggage light & store under the seat before you. Look for overwhelming things put away over your head. Pack any meds or dietary needs in your lightweight suitcase. Dress for the atmosphere you are going to. Wear baggy common fiber garments, evade synthetics. Wear long jeans & sleeves and low mended cowhide or sneakers. 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Travel Considerations (Cont) Listen to your pre-flight wellbeing instructions. Perused the security information card in the seat pocket to your front. Know where the crisis ways out are from your seat. (tally columns) Wear your safety belt and keep it on regardless of the possibility that the light is out. 68th Med Co Christmas Safety Class

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Holiday Safety Have a Merry Christmas and Joyous New Year

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