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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

POV/ FIREWORKS OF SPORTS & WATER FOOD SAFETY SAFETY TRAFFIC SAFETY SAFETY POTPOURRI HEAT SAFETY INJURIES

PREVENTION

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FINAL JEOPARDY

FOOD SAFETY for 1

Always wash your hands with ___, _____ water before and after handling food.
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FOOD SAFETY for 1

What is hot, soapy?

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FOOD SAFETY for 2

Never put cooked food items back on the same plate that previously held ___ ____.
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FOOD SAFETY for 2

What is raw food?

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FOOD SAFETY for 3

For picnic food: When in doubt, ______ ___ _____.
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FOOD SAFETY for 3

What is throw it out?

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FOOD SAFETY for 4

These are the four simple steps to keep food safe and fight harmful bacteria.
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FOOD SAFETY for 4
What are • CLEAN: wash hands and surfaces often, • SEPARATE: don’t cross-contaminate, • COOK: cook to proper temperatures, • CHILL: refrigerate promptly?
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FOOD SAFETY for 5

Hamburgers should be cooked o to ____ F. Large beef cuts o cook to ____ F for medium o rare or ____ F for medium.
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FOOD SAFETY for 5

What is 160 F, 145 F, o and 160 F?
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Cook ground poultry to 165oF and poultry parts to 180oF. Fish should be cooked until it is opaque and flakes easily.
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 1

If you have to walk on a road that does not have sidewalks, walk ________ _______.
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 1

What is facing traffic?

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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 2

Maintain the proper air pressure in your tires. Check pressure _____ ____ for routine driving.
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 2

What is every week?
Also check pressure before making any long trips. Measure the pressure when the tires are cold.
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 3

Air bags provide _________ protection. For maximum safety, lap and shoulder belts should always be used in air bag-equipped vehicles.
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 3

What is supplemental?
They are effective primarily in protecting occupants involved in frontal collisions, but offer little or no protection in a side, rear, or rollover crash.
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 4

This is often called the “child crusher position.”
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 4

What held in an adult’s arms?
In a crash of approximately 30 miles per hour, a ten pound infant will be ripped from a belted adult’s arms with a force of almost 200 pounds. If the adult is not wearing a safety restraint, the child is likely to be crushed between the adult’s body and the windshield, dashboard or 20 back of the front seat.

POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 5

You need to know the right ____, _____ and ______ when you buy tires.
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POV/TRAFFIC SAFETY for 5

What are size, type, and tread?
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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 1

Fireworks should only be used with extreme _______.
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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 1

What is caution?
Older children should be closely supervised, and younger children should not be allowed to play with fireworks under any circumstances. Children cannot understand the danger involved and cannot act appropriately in case of 24 emergency.

FIREWORKS SAFETY for 2

Before using fireworks make sure they are ________ in your state or local area.
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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 2

What is permitted?
The following are fireworks laws for the local areas: Fort Rucker, Daleville, Enterprise: NO fireworks of any sort permitted Dothan: Sparklers only permitted Ozark: Any state permitted fireworks allowed as long as they are used at least 600 feet away 26 from any building.

FIREWORKS SAFETY for 3

Always keep a _______ __ _____ nearby for emergencies and for fireworks that don’t go off.

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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 3

What is a bucket of water?
Pour water on fireworks that do not go off. Never try to relight or handle malfunctioning fireworks.
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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 4

IAW a regulation that went into effect in 1976, the permissible charge in firecrackers is ____ milligrams of powder (or less).

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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 4

What is 50 milligrams?
Parents should supervise the ordering and use of mailorder “make your own” firework kits.

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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 5

IAW regulation, fuses should burn at least _____ seconds, but no longer than _____ seconds.
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FIREWORKS SAFETY for 5

What are three seconds and no longer than nine seconds?
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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 1

_________ is an abnormal depletion of body fluid.
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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 1

What is dehydration?
Loss of water through such processes as sweating, breathing, or the elimination of body waste must be replaced. THIRST IS NOT AN ADEQUATE INDICATOR OF 34 DEHYDRATION.

PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 2

This is the largest joint in the body, and one of the most easily injured.
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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 2

What is the knee?

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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 3

This is how most foot and ankle strains and sprains and mild knee injuries are initially treated.

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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 3

What is Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation (R.I.C.E.)?
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To help prevent heat injury, provide adequate water and ensure water breaks are taken every ___ to ____ minutes.
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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 4

PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 4

What is 15 to 20 minutes?
Make sure you are drinking WATER. Alcohol, coffee, soft drinks, and sports drinks are not 40 good substitutes for water.

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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 5

Do not exceed ___ ___ quarts of water per hour (to prevent hyponatremia).
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PREVENTION OF SPORTS & HEAT INJURIES for 5

What is 1 1/2 quarts of WATER?
Hyponatremia is a condition that can result from drinking too much water or from the body’s inability to excrete water. Do NOT use salt tablets!
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WATER SAFETY for 1

Don’t ______ and swim.

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WATER SAFETY for 1

What is drink?
Alcohol use is involved in about 2550% of adolescent and adult deaths associated with water recreation. It is a major contributing factor in up to 50% of drowning accidents among adolescent boys. 45

WATER SAFETY for 2

The American Canoe Association recommends that you canoe with a minimum of _____ people or two crafts.

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WATER SAFETY for 2

What is three?

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WATER SAFETY for 3

Most children drown in _______ _____.
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WATER SAFETY for 3

What are swimming pools?
• Drowning is the second leading cause of death for children (ages 1-14) • Most children under 5 die in swimming pools • Adults should CONSTANTLY watch children near water, this means that the supervising adult should not read, play cards, talk on the phone, 49 etc.

WATER SAFETY for 4

Don’t ski at _____ or in ______ ______.
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WATER SAFETY for 4

What is at night and in shallow water?
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WATER SAFETY for 5

ALWAYS know local ______ _______ and ________ before swimming or boating.
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WATER SAFETY for 5

What are the weather conditions and forecasts?
Thunderstorms and strong winds can be extremely dangerous for swimmers and boaters.
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 1

Do take the threat ________ and respond ________ to tornado warnings. SECONDS DO SAVE LIVES!
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 1

Who is seriously and quickly?
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 2

_____ __________ should be a routine part of planning, preparing, and executing operational missions AND everyday tasks.
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 2

What is Risk Management?

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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 3

_____ ________ is a result of sudden, heavy localized rainfall such as that from slow moving intense thunderstorms. (Also often occurs after heavy rains on hard, dry soil)
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 3

What is flash flooding?
Flash floods often become raging torrents of water which rip through river beds, city streets, coastal sections, and valleys or canyons, sweeping everything with them.
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 4

The way you sit when you ride in a vehicle is important. Your safety belts cannot work properly if you have your seat back ______ or if you are _______ in your seat.
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 4

What is a reclined and slouched?
The shoulder belt will not be against your chest and the lap belt could ride up over your stomach in 62 these positions.

SAFETY POTPOURRI for 5

This is how a bicycle helmet should be worn and how it should fit (2 parts NOT just comfortably and securely).
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SAFETY POTPOURRI for 5 What is level on the head (not tilted back on the crown or pulled low over the forehead) with the chin strap securely fastened and you should not be able to move the helmet in any direction, back-tofront or side-to-side? 64

FINAL JEOPARDY

These are the five steps in risk management.

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FINAL JEOPARDY What are 1. Identify hazards. 2. Assess hazards 3. Develop controls and make risk decision 4. Implement controls 5. Supervise and evaluate?

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