Summer Safety Tips

Summer activities may look a bit different this year due to COVID-19, but it is still important to take necessary safety precautions while spending time in the hot sun. Below are some summer safety tips for you to download and share with your residents on Neighbors.

Here's how to post a graphic:

Step 1: Download the graphics below

Step 2: Sign in to publicsafety.ring.com and click the Create button

Step 3: Upload the graphic to share

To download, right click on the image and click "save image as" or scroll to the bottom of this page to download the attachments. 

Beat the HeatBeat_the_heat.png

Sample message: 

“As summer temperatures rise, remember to protect yourself from heat-related incidents. [Agency Name] reminds you to take these 6 precautions to ensure you and your neighbors are able to enjoy the summer weather safely.”


Heat Exhaustion vs Heat StrokeHeat_exhaustion_vs_heat_stroke.png

Sample message: 

“Know the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke! As always, should you suspect that you, a loved one, or a pet is in any duress due to heat, contact 9-1-1.”


 Stay Safe in the SunStay_safe_in_the_sun.pngSample message: 

“Say YES  to sun protection by following these simple tips.”


 Summer Safety Tips for Pets Summer_safety_tips_for_pets.png

Sample message: 

“While keeping ourselves and our children safe is of the utmost importance, our furry family members are also at high risk during summer heat waves.”


 Stay Safe in the Sun - v2Stay_safe_in_the_sun_v2.png

Sample message: 

“Say YES  to sun protection by following these simple tips.”


 Stay Healthy in the HeatStay_healthy_in_the_heat.png

Sample message: 

“As summer temperatures rise so does the rate of heat-related incidents. [Agency Name] reminds you to take these 5 precautions to ensure you and your neighbors are able to enjoy the summer weather safely.”


 Summer Safety Tips for Pets- v2Summer_safety_for_pets_v2.png

Sample message: 

“While keeping ourselves and our children safe is of the utmost importance, our furry family members are also at high risk during summer heat waves."

 

 

 

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