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PLAY IN SLIDE SHOW Prepared by: U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (800)
PLAY IN SLIDE SHOW Prepared by: U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (800)
PLAY IN SLIDE SHOW Prepared by: U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (800)

Prepared by:

U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (800) 222-9698/ DSN 584-4375/(410) 436-4375 http://chppm-www.apgea.army.mil

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DRIVING

HOLIDAY

FIRE

COLD

WINTER

SAFETY

SAFETY

SAFETY

SAFETY

WEATHER

ACTIVITY

LEADERSHIP

 
     

SAFETY

SAFETY

 
 

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FINAL JEOPARDY

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DRIVING SAFETY for 1

accidents are the

_____ number one killer of

soldiers.

DRIVING SAFETY for 1 accidents are the _____ number one killer of soldiers. 3

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DRIVING SAFETY for 1

What is POV?

In fact, more soldiers die in automobiles every year than FTXs, tactical vehicles, or any other soldiering activity. Statistics show that year after year, POV accidents account for almost three out of every five military fatalities, with the majority of POV accidents occurring during off-duty hours.

DRIVING SAFETY for 1 What is POV? In fact, more soldiers die in automobiles every year

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DRIVING SAFETY for 2

This is the minimum time, experts say, in which the body can rid itself of the alcohol.

DRIVING SAFETY for 2 This is the minimum time, experts say, in which the body can

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DRIVING SAFETY for 2

What is at least one hour per ounce of alcohol consumed before driving?

DRIVING SAFETY for 2 What is at least one hour per ounce of alcohol consumed before

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DRIVING SAFETY for 3

Age & Rank: 19-23, E1-E4, O1 & O2 Place: Two-lane rural roads Time: Off-duty, 1100-0300, Friday & Saturday nights Trends:

  • 1. No seatbelt or helmet

  • 2. Too fast for conditions

  • 3. FATIGUE

  • 4. Motorcycle accidents

DRIVING SAFETY for 3 Age & Rank : 19-23, E1-E4, O1 & O2 Place : Two-lane

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DRIVING SAFETY for 3

What is a High-Risk Profile for POV Fatalities?

DRIVING SAFETY for 3 What is a High-Risk Profile for POV Fatalities? 8

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DRIVING SAFETY for 4

Four of the top five causes of FY00 accidents.

DRIVING SAFETY for 4 Four of the top five causes of FY00 accidents. 10

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DRIVING SAFETY for 4

What are SPEED, FATIGUE, ALCOHOL, DRIVING SKILL and TRAFFIC RULE VIOLATION?

DRIVING SAFETY for 4 What are SPEED, FATIGUE, ALCOHOL, DRIVING SKILL and TRAFFIC RULE VIOLATION? 11

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DRIVING SAFETY for 5

Three of the four driver conditions that affect you. These affect how you feel, and whether you are mentally and physically ready to drive.

DRIVING SAFETY for 5 Three of the four driver conditions that affect you. These affect how

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DRIVING SAFETY for 5

What are Fatigue, DUI (alcohol or drugs), Emotional stages, Defective eyesight or hearing?

DRIVING SAFETY for 5 What are Fatigue, DUI (alcohol or drugs), Emotional stages, Defective eyesight or

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 1

No more than

___

light

sets should be used per

extension cord.

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 1 No more than ___ light sets should be used per extension cord.

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 1

What is three?

  • - Never use lights on a metallic tree

  • - Inspect light sets for bare sets, breaks, frayed

wires, etc

  • - Unplug all lights when you leave or go to bed

  • - Use only outdoor approved lights for outdoor decorating

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 1 What is three? - Never use lights on a metallic tree -

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 2

Check water in fresh tree stands ________.

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 2 Check water in fresh tree stands ________. 16

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 2

What is daily?

  • - Choose a fresh tree or cut one yourself (needles and branches shouldn’t be brittle)

    • - Re-cut the base of a pre-cut tree

    • - Never use candles near evergreen trees

    • - Ensure artificial trees are flame resistant

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 2 What is daily? - Choose a fresh tree or cut one yourself

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 3

Position Christmas trees

away from _________.

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_____

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 3 Position Christmas trees away from _________. ____ _____ 18

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 3

What is all heat sources (and exits)?

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 3 What is all heat sources (and exits)? 19

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 4

4 characteristics of toys that should be kept away from young children

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 4 4 characteristics of toys that should be kept away from young children

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 4

What is

  • - Sharp or metal edges

  • - Glass

  • - Cords or strings

  • - Sharp points

  • - Small parts that can be swallowed

  • - Lead paint?

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 4 What is - Sharp or metal edges - Glass - Cords or

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 5

These are three of the tips for parking lot safety during holiday shopping.

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 5 These are three of the tips for parking lot safety during holiday

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HOLIDAY SAFETY for 5

What is

  • - Shop with a friend,

  • - Lock your car & don’t leave anything in plain sight,

  • - Park under a light at night,

  • - Check the back seat before getting into your car,

  • - Don’t overburden yourself with packages,

  • - Stay alert to surroundings?

HOLIDAY SAFETY for 5 What is - Shop with a friend, - Lock your car &

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FIRE SAFETY for 1

Every kitchen should have these two things.

FIRE SAFETY for 1 Every kitchen should have these two things. 24

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FIRE SAFETY for 1

What is a fire extinguisher and a smoke detector?

FIRE SAFETY for 1 What is a fire extinguisher and a smoke detector? 25

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FIRE SAFETY for 2

Flash grease fires are best extinguished with a ___.

FIRE SAFETY for 2 Flash grease fires are best extinguished with a ___. 26

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FIRE SAFETY for 2

What is a lid?

FIRE SAFETY for 2 What is a lid? 27

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FIRE SAFETY for 3

The three leading causes of residential fires.

FIRE SAFETY for 3 The three leading causes of residential fires. 28

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FIRE SAFETY for 3

What is - Smoking - Heating - Cooking?

FIRE SAFETY for 3 What is - Smoking - Heating - Cooking? 29

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FIRE SAFETY for 4

Use only ______

or

-________

____

__________ tree trimmings.

FIRE SAFETY for 4 Use only ______ or -________ ____ __________ tree trimmings. 30

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FIRE SAFETY for 4

What is non- combustible or flame resistant?

FIRE SAFETY for 4 What is non- combustible or flame resistant? 31

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FIRE SAFETY for 5

These three steps should be taken with candles to prevent fires.

FIRE SAFETY for 5 These three steps should be taken with candles to prevent fires. 32

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FIRE SAFETY for 5

What is

  • - Place candles where they won’t

be knocked over,

  • - Never leave children / pets unattended around candles,

    • - Place candles away from flammable materials

FIRE SAFETY for 5 What is - Place candles where they won’t be knocked over, -

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 1

The frequency that socks should be changed and feet powdered to keep your feet warm and dry.

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 1 The frequency that socks should be changed and feet powdered to

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 1

What is every eight hours?

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 1 What is every eight hours? 35

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 2

• Tightness across the forehead • Throbbing in the temples • Headache • Weariness • Dizziness • Loss of muscular control • Pain • Nausea • Increased pulse & perspiration

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 2 • Tightness across the forehead • Throbbing in the temples •

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 2

What are symptoms of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning?

The best first aid for CO poisoning is lots of fresh air.

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 2 What are symptoms of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning? The best first

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 3

This is as common in cold weather as in hot. Unfortunately, in cold weather most people don’t recognize it.

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 3 This is as common in cold weather as in hot. Unfortunately,

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 3

What is dehydration?

Be alert for signs of nausea, dizziness, weakness, and blurred vision. Drink water whether or not you feel thirsty.

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 3 What is dehydration? Be alert for signs of nausea, dizziness, weakness,

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 4

This occurs from exposure to cold (usually

  • 32 o and below). Symptoms include:

• A loss of sensation in the affected area • Tingling • Blistered, swollen or tender areas • Pale, yellowish, waxy-looking or grayish skin • Frozen tissue that feels wooden to the touch

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 4 This occurs from exposure to cold (usually 32 and below). Symptoms

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 4

What is frostbite?

  • - Go to a warm area

  • - Take off your boots and socks and massage for five minutes

  • - Replace with dry socks

  • - NEVER warm suspected frostbitten feet or hands on oven or over open flames

  • - NEVER rub suspected frostbitten feet with snow

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 4 What is frostbite? - Go to a warm area - Take

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 5

4 tips to staying warm and dry in your sleeping bag

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 5 4 tips to staying warm and dry in your sleeping bag

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 5

What is,

  • - Place a layer between the sleeping bag and the ground/tank

  • - Don’t breathe into the bag - wear a scarf

  • - Avoid sweating: Wear only your underwear or long johns and NO BOOTS

    • - Always use the water repellent outer case

    • - Keep sleeping bag in waterproof carrying bag

    • - Eat something before you go to sleep?

COLD WEATHER SAFETY for 5 What is, - Place a layer between the sleeping bag and

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 1

Should be worn when participating in any snow activity to prevent snow blindness.

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 1 Should be worn when participating in any snow activity to prevent

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 1

What are polarized sunglasses?

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 1 What are polarized sunglasses? 46

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 2

Before firing any firearm, you should always do this.

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 2 Before firing any firearm, you should always do this. 47

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 2

What is positively identify your target?

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 2 What is positively identify your target? 48

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 3

Every new skier should do this before skiing.

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 3 Every new skier should do this before skiing. 49

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 3

What is attend a basic instruction course?

  • - Never ski slopes beyond your ability

  • - Wear properly sized skis

  • - Wear properly sized boots

  • - Dress in layers with the outer layer being water repellent

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 3 What is attend a basic instruction course? - Never ski slopes

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 4

3 tips to safe sledding / tobogganing.

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 4 3 tips to safe sledding / tobogganing. 51

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 4

What is

  • - Choose an area that is clear of stumps, rocks, and trees, and a safe distance away from road traffic

  • - Dress for warmth and comfort

  • - Sledding courtesy: walk up the hill away from sledding traffic and allow preceding sleds time to

clear the slope

  • - Inspect sleds/toboggans for defects?

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 4 What is - Choose an area that is clear of stumps,

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 5

DO NOT

_____ before or during any winter sporting activity.

____

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 5 DO NOT _____ before or during any winter sporting activity. ____

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WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 5

What is drink alcohol?

  • - Decreases judgment / attentiveness to surrounding

environment

  • - Gives a false sense of warmth

  • - Increases rate of body heat loss

WINTER ACTIVITY SAFETY for 5 What is drink alcohol? - Decreases judgment / attentiveness to surrounding

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 1

Safety officers in the company.

SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 1 Safety officers in the company. 55

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 1

Who is every soldier?

Safety is the responsibility of all leaders at every level.

SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 1 Who is every soldier? Safety is the responsibility of all leaders at

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 2

A principle tool for protecting the force, it must be integrated into all we do.

SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 2 A principle tool for protecting the force, it must be integrated into

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 2

What is Risk Management?

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 3

These two things MUST be done before any holiday and should be done before a soldier goes on leave.

SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 3 These two things MUST be done before any holiday and should be

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 3

What are safety briefs and vehicle inspections?

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 4

= Protecting the

________ Force. (hint: it is why

you are doing this today)

SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 4 = Protecting the ________ Force. (hint: it is why you are doing

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 4

What is SAFETY?

SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 4 What is SAFETY? 62

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These are the five steps in risk management.

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 5

What are 1. Identify: Reckless driving; failure to use seat belts/motorcycle safety equipment

  • 2. Assess: Injury or death to soldiers/others

  • 3. Make decisions: Counseling and training

  • 4. Implement: Enroll soldier in training;

revoke privileges if behavior continues

  • 5. Supervise: Consult with first-line supervisor

to ensure continued compliance?

SAFETY LEADERSHIP for 5 What are 1. Identify : Reckless driving; failure to use seat belts/motorcycle

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FINAL JEOPARDY

TOPIC:

COLD WEATHER INJURY PREVENTION

FINAL JEOPARDY TOPIC: COLD WEATHER INJURY PREVENTION 65

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FINAL JEOPARDY

The basic principles of cold-weather protection that are spelled out in the acronym COLD.

FINAL JEOPARDY The basic principles of cold-weather protection that are spelled out in the acronym COLD.

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FINAL JEOPARDY

What is • Wear Clean clothing, • Avoid Overheating, • Wear Loose clothing in layers, • Keep clothing Dry?

FINAL JEOPARDY What is • Wear Clean clothing, • Avoid Overheating, • Wear Loose clothing in
FINAL JEOPARDY What is • Wear Clean clothing, • Avoid Overheating, • Wear Loose clothing in
FINAL JEOPARDY What is • Wear Clean clothing, • Avoid Overheating, • Wear Loose clothing in

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