Outdoor Safety Tips

Outdoor activities may look a bit different this year due to COVID-19, but it is still important to take necessary safety precautions. Below are some outdoor safety tips for you to download and share with your residents on Neighbors.

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Running Safety Tips


"The Road Runners Club of America encourages all runners to follow these safety tips, enhance personal safety efforts on the run, and share the ​PSA with fellow runners.""
(Source: Road Runners Club of America)

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"Remember, drivers and bicyclists have a shared responsibility to stay safe on America’s roads. Remaining alert and focusing on the road helps everyone get to their destination safely.."
(Source: National Traffic and Highway Safety Administration)

Hiking Essentials


"You should always pack Hiking Essentials. These are the minimum items that everyone should have with them at all times while recreating outdoors. Keep in mind that you may need to pack extra equipment and equipment depending on when you are hiking, where you are hiking, and for how long."
(Source: National Park Service)

Hike Smart

Sample Message: "Your safety is your responsibility while hiking in national parks. Planning is an important step in being prepared and ready for your adventure."
(Source: National Park Service)

Pool Safety Tips


Sample Message: "Following these simple safety steps helps ensure that a great afternoon at the pool doesn’t turn into a tragic one."
(Source: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission)

Beach Safety Tips


Sample Message: "Following these simple safety tips so your family can enjoy swimming in the ocean and open water such as large lakes."
(Source: American Red Cross)

Boat Safety Tips


Sample Message: "Stay safe by following these tips, being prepared, and using the appropriate equipment, whether enjoying a ride on a motorized boat, paddling a kayak or wakeboarding"
(Source: National Safety Council)



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