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  • Enjoy fireworks safely this Fourth; leave pyrotechnics to the pros

    Keep yourself and your loved ones from becoming one of the thousands who will be severely injured by fireworks this year, by enjoying the displays put on by the pros.
  • Be safe before, during and after a thunderstorm

    Summer has arrived and with it comes the threat of severe storms. Each year, the United States averages around 10,000 thunderstorms and each thunderstorm typically produces heavy rain for 30 minutes to an hour. ... All thunderstorms are dangerous because every thunderstorm produces lightening. Each year in the United States, approximately 300 people are struck by lightning. Of those struck, about 30 people are killed and others suffer lifelong disabilities.
  • Keep the safety momentum going strong all summer

    Keeping safety at the forefront of each Airman's mind is always the goal, but perhaps even more so as we start the 2018 summer season. Historically, the Air Force sees a jump in off-duty mishaps during the summer months. By applying sound decision-making on and off duty, Airmen decrease the potential for injuries or even death.
  • New tool enhances AF safety inspections, assessments and evaluations

    A new module has been launched through the Air Force Safety Automated System on May 17,2018, arming safety professionals Air Force-wide with a single method to document and track both spot and annual inspections, as well as safety assessments and evaluations at a local and enterprise level.
  • Evolution of the Airman Safety App

    The evolution of the Air Force Safety Center’s Airman Safety App reached an important milestone with recent software updates Dec. 1, 2017. This simple, web-based tool provides a streamlined process for all Airmen, their families and anyone accessing the base to report safety issues as they encounter them.
  • Safely celebrating the Fourth of July

    Across the U.S., many Americans celebrate the Fourth of July with pool parties, barbecues and fireworks shows. As the festivities draw near, it is important to know how to safely celebrate the holiday. Military personnel are encouraged to review safety procedures, local and state laws and regulations. To ensure the safety and security of community members, consider the following safety tips provided by the 633rd Air Base Wing Safety Office:
  • Simple safety practices reduce home, holiday injuries

    As we enjoy a holiday season of celebrations and travel, I hope every Airman will take some time to reflect on the accomplishments of the year, and take the opportunity to make some lasting memories with your families and friends.As you plan holiday activities, keep in mind that the excitement and distractions of the season increase the risk of
  • Don’t be a turkey, stay safe this Thanksgiving

    Although a delicious tradition, deep-frying a turkey on Thanksgiving can be risky. While some people rave about this tasty creation, the use of turkey fryers can be unsafe when used irresponsibly.
  • Safety -- Make it a habit for life

    Summertime can be an enjoyable time to relax and recharge with family and friends. These enjoyable summertime activities do not come without hazards. Too often, what was thought to be risk-free fun turns into a not so enjoyable injury or accident. In fact, in recent years, exciting and fun activities like swimming, rock climbing, mountain biking and canoeing have needlessly claimed Airmen’s lives.
  • June is National Safety Month

    The Air Force Safety Center joins the National Safety Council in highlighting June as National Safety Month.According to the NSC, the goal for National Safety Month is to raise awareness of what it takes to stay "SafeForLife," and focus on reducing the leading causes of injury and death at work, on the roads and in homes and communities."Safety
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