National Safety Month


Exploring national safety issues and investigating ways to safeguard our homes, communities and roads .

The National Safety Council, established in 1913, is an organization devoted to saving lives and preventing injuries at home, in workplaces, in communities and on the roads.

Each June, the National Safety Council sponsors National Safety Month, in which a key safety issue is highlighted each week. In 2010, safety themes of National Safety Month include prescription drug overdose, teen driving, overexertion, using a cell phone while driving, and summer safety.

Learn more about these and other safety concerns in SIRS Knowledge Source articles and Web sites such as:

ARTICLES

1. National Standards Sought for Teen Drivers

2. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Joins Oprah for ‘No Phone Zone Day’ to End Distracted Driving

3. Makers Are Pushing Back on Toxic-Toy Law

4. A Pill Problem

5. Despite Risks, Internet Creeps Onto Dashboard

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