Grilling with family and friends is one of the most fun and sought out parts of the summer. However, grilling can also be dangerous if precautions are not takenContinue Reading →
At Safe Kids we know there are many great reasons to ride your bike – it offers fun, freedom, and exercise, and it’s good for the environment – and we encourage kids and families to ride as much as possible.
During National Bike Month, help us spread the word about bike safety by […]Continue Reading →
In honor of National Safe Boating Week, here are a few tips for parents to ensure that their children are having fun in the sun while staying safe in the water!
Always have your children wear a U.S. Coast Guard-approved personal flotation device (PFD) while on boats, around open bodies of water, or participating […]Continue Reading →
On Friday, March 29th, Safe Kids Georgia had the pleasure of hosting their Coalition Resource Meeting alongside Mike Klumpp from ATV Ride Safe Oklahoma. The meeting was held at the Honda Rider Education Center in Alpharetta, Georgia, and it was an enlightening experience!
Mike Klumpp, a licensed ATV RiderCourse Chief Instructor at […]Continue Reading →
With active supervision and some basic safety tips, every day at the playground can be a walk in the park.
The Hard Facts
Falls are the most common type of playground injury, accounting for more than 75 percent of all playground-related injuries. Lack of or improper supervision is associated with approximately 45 percent of […]Continue Reading →
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month!Continue Reading →
Safe Kids Cherokee County is led by the Cherokee County Fire Department and they are dedicated to preventing injuries: at home, at play, and on the way. Some of their community partners are Northside Hospital Cherokee, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department, and Corps of Engineers. Over the years this coalition has developed great partnerships […]Continue Reading →
Window Safety Week in April coincides with the arrival of spring when homeowners naturally want to open the windows and let in fresh air. The goal is twofold: for families to understand the role of windows in escaping a fire or other emergency and to learn to safeguard against accidental window falls.
The […]Continue Reading →
Did you know that more than 3.5 million children ages 14 and under get hurt playing sports or participating in recreational activities each year? Additionally, high school athletes account for nearly 2 million injuries and 500,000 doctor visits each year!
April is National Youth Sports Safety Month, so this is an excellent time […]Continue Reading →