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Publications on Safety

5 publications were found.

  • Eat Healthy, Be Active Series: Safety and Physical Activity (C 1037-21)

    Read safety tips for your active child, and encourage your child to be active by creating and moving through an obstacle course together. Published on Mar 31, 2017.

  • Home Emergency Preparedness Handbook (B 1428)

    Communities across Georgia are subject to a number of potential disasters such as fires, flooding, severe storms, earthquakes, dam failures, tornados and hurricanes. While we all hope that such occurrences never happen, it has been shown time and again that being prepared for disasters is prudent.This handbook contains a step-by-step guide to disaster planning along with other essential information you will need in building a comprehensive home emergency preparedness plan. Be sure to involve all the members of your household when developing your plan. A plan will only work when everyone knows about it and agrees to operate within its guidelines. Published on May 31, 2014.

  • Protect Children: The Delicates that Matter (C 1109)

    Simple steps can stop preventable accidents in the laundry room. Laundry packets are used by millions of consumers and households each year and contain a highly-concentrated, pre-measured dose of detergent. They are very convenient and easy to use, however, as with any household cleaning product, these should be kept up and out of reach and sight of small children. Published on Mar 31, 2017.

  • Safety Begins at Home (B 1429)

    Improve the safety of your home with these tips for the bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and stairways. Also learn how to prevent falls. Published on May 31, 2014.

  • Safety for Hispanic Landscape Workers cover image Safety for Hispanic Landscape Workers (B 1334)

    Hispanic workers predominate in Georgia's urban agriculture industry, comprising almost three-fourths of the workforce. Employers must ensure comprehension and safety compliance, address language barriers to create a safe workplace, use physical demonstrations, diagrams, bilingual materials and, if available, an interpreter. This publication covers general precautions, equipment safety, pesticide safety and other information that is necessary for keeping employees safe. It is also available in Spanish. Published on Nov 30, 2014.