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Covering the Bases
Accidents can happen at any time, so maybe shifting focus on what we perceive as the priority hazards isn’t the best approach. It’s important we cover all the bases. We can’t eliminate all mishaps, but we can definitely reduce the frequency and severity.
Save a Life (or Two)
I remember getting in serious trouble once when I unbuckled my seat belt just before we’d reached our destination. You’d think that would be a lesson I’d never forget. Unfortunately, I did.
  • 1 October 2013
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Be a Leader
Do you know someone who is complacent, acts carelessly or thinks they know it all? What did you do to correct this behavior? Oftentimes we do nothing because we don’t think it’s our problem. Wrong! It is your problem. 
  • 1 September 2013
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The Vacation That Almost Went South
As the transition to my next duty assignment neared, I decided to take the family on a vacation. So, we packed our bags and headed to Disney World. My stubbornness while behind the wheel, however, almost caused our vacation to go south.
  • 1 August 2013
  • Author: Army Safety
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Head On
Nobody can stay fully alert for the entirety of an eight-hour drive. Therefore, it is important to recognize what driving situations require extra attention. My accident story, which resulted in the totaling of my car, is illustrative of such situations.
  • 1 August 2013
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 7266
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School Crossing

As we arrived for the first day of school, my dad pulled over to the side of the road. In my excitement,  I jumped out, ran around the back of the car and then into the street toward the school. Then I woke up.

  • 1 August 2013
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 10554
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