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2015 Work Zone Awareness Week

"Expect the Unexpected" is the theme for the 2015 campaign.

Everyone should use extra caution when driving through work zones. Transportation related incidents continue to be the leading cause of death for workers in Indiana.

Three major reasons for work zone crashes:
* following too closely
* speeding
* inattentive driving

Safety is everyone's responsibility. Be careful out there. Pay extra attention to those road workers.
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Take hand sanitizer to the hospital? Write on yourself with a marker?

Some of these will seem silly, but they work!
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National Burn Awareness Week 2015

Scald burns are the most common burn injury among children ages 4 and under. Many, if not most, of these injuries are preventable.

Here are some important safety tips from SafeKids.org. Do share these with friends and family who have young ones at home.
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Join us in supporting Holy Family Shelter this holiday season.

Holy Family Shelter helps homeless families transition into permanent housing and a life of self-sufficiency. They have been serving Indianapolis and Central Indiana since 1984. Each year an average of 300 homeless families are served, including over 600 homeless children.

Below are their top ten most needed items for the month of December.

1. Gloves and Scarves (adult and child sizes)

2. Size 5 Diapers and Pull-ups (Sizes 2T-5T)

3. Colored Pencils and Markers

4. Macaroni and Egg Noodles

5. Bath Towels

6. NEW Family Size Shampoo and Conditioner

7. Baby bottles and No-spill cups

8. NEW Women’s Underwear (Size 5-12)

9. Meat (Luncheon meat, hot dogs, and hamburgers)

10. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:

Secure online donations can be made by going to the GIVE NOW  link here: https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=0a5354

Checks can be made payable to Holy Family Shelter and mailed directly to the shelter (907 N. Holmes Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46222-3714). All contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law.

More info about Holy Family Shelter here: http://www.archindy.org/cc/holyfamily/
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Labor Day weekend is a notoriously bad time for highway safety. The statistics are depressing. The National Safety Council anticipates more than 300 traffic related hundred deaths will occur and more than 40,000 injuries.

Driver sober, buckle up and be safe! 
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There's still a little bit of summer left. If you're going to travel, play it safe.

* Be extra alert as you approach a large truck. They behave very differently from cars.

* Avoid blind spots around trucks. If you can’t see a truck’s side mirrors, the truck driver can’t see you. 

* Do not pass a truck on the right while the truck is turning right.

* Do not cut in front of any large vehicle, including a truck or a bus. 

* Use the proper procedure to pass a large truck or bus on the highway. Accelerate slightly and maintain a consistent speed while passing. Wait until you can see the entire cab in your rear-view mirror before signaling and pulling in front of it.

* Observe a truck’s turn signals before trying to pass it. If the truck appears to be starting a left turn, check which way the driver is signaling before passing the truck on the right.

* Give trucks at least four to six seconds of space in wet conditions and at highway speeds.

* Do not cut off a truck in traffic or on the highway to reach your exit or turn.

Call authorities if you see unsafe driving.

_Source: http://www.roadsafeamerica.org/get-educated/driver-safety-tips/_
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Did you know...  Memorial Day to Labor Day considered the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers.
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"Tough on the outside. Soft and squishy on the inside." May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.
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