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CANADA SAFETY COUNCIL
Canada's Voice and Resource for Safety
Canada Safety Council’s goal is to increase awareness and educate the public on traffic safety to make our roads safer for all Canadians. This includes aggressive driving, driver distractions, impaired driving, seat belts, photo enforcement, and many other topics.
Having preventative measures in place for children in their everyday activities, limits risk of injury. Topics include information on helmet safety, traffic safety, school bus safety, online safety, and much more.
Canada Safety Council emphasizes the importance of health and safety to employers in helping to minimize workplace injuries. Topics include personal protective equipment, fatigue, bullying in the workplace, farm safety, and more.
There can be many safety hazards around the home, but the key is to eliminate risk before an injury occurs. Topics include fire safety, yard work safety, kitchen safety, propane safety, and other relevant issues.
Seniors can face many difficulties as they grow older. Canada Safety Council provides safety tips to help in the aging process, and what seniors can do to make their home free of safety hazards.
Canadians participate in a wide range of physical and recreational activities, each with their own set of safety concerns. Canada Safety Council provides advice and safety tips on how to keep safe as you go about your active lifestyle.
Canada Safety Council provides ways in which Canadians can prevent injury or illness before it occurs. Some of the issues include emergency preparedness, fireworks safety, firearm safety, health issues, and many other topics.